Is there a genetic basis for gestational diabetes?

Lucarini, Nazzareno; Gerlini, Gianfranco
August 1994
Human Biology;Aug94, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p715
Academic Journal
Studies the possibility of a genetic basis for gestational diabetes. Risk of fetal and neonatal complications; Relationship between Rh blood system and diabetes mellitus; Factors affecting susceptibility to diabetes.


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