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Albert William Liley (1929-1983)

Albert William Liley (1929–1983)

Albert William Liley advanced the science of fetal physiology and the techniques of life-saving in utero blood transfusions for fetuses with Rh incompatibility, also known as hemolytic disease. Due to his advances, fetuses too young to survive premature delivery, and likely to die in utero if their Rh incompatibilities were left untreated, were successfully transfused and carried to term.

Corpus Callosum Defects Associated with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

<a href="/search?text=Corpus%20Callosum%20Defects%20Associated%20with%20Fetal%20Alcohol%20Syndrome" title="" class="lexicon-term">Corpus Callosum Defects Associated with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome</a>

Prenatal exposure to alcohol (ethanol) can result in a continuum of developmental abnormalities that are highly variable depending on the severity, duration, frequency, and timing of exposure during gestation. Defects of the

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