Correspondence on “The prevalence of genetic diagnoses in fetuses with severe congenital heart defects” by Nisselrooij et al.

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Thibodeau, M.L., Langlois, S. Correspondence on “The prevalence of genetic diagnoses in fetuses with severe congenital heart defects” by Nisselrooij et al.. Genet Med (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41436-020-00964-3

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