AuthorsCartwright, R A
McKinney, P A
Hopton, P A
Birch, Jillian M
Hartley, Ann L
Mann, J R
Waterhouse, J A
Johnston, H E
Draper, G J
AffiliationThe Department of Epidemiology, Yorkshire Regional Cancer Organisation, Cookridge Hospital, Leeds, LS16 6QB
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AbstractAnalysis of information obtained in an inter-regional epidemiological study by interviewing the parents of 555 children with malignancy diagnosed between 1980 to 1983 and the parents of 1110 control children did not reveal any significant association between exposure to ultrasound examination in pregnancy and risk of childhood cancer.
CitationUltrasound examinations in pregnancy and childhood cancer. 1984, 2 (8410):999-1000 Lancet
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