Page 8 – Fetal, perinatal and paediatric pathology

Dr Jo McPartland


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2.   Thayyil S, Sebire NJ, Chitty LS, Wade A, Chong W, Olsen O et al. Post-mortem MRI versus conventional autopsy in fetuses and children: a prospective validation study. The Lancet 2013;382:223–233.

3.   Gardosi J, Kady SM, McGeown P, Francis A, Tonks A. Classification of stillbirth by relevant condition at death (ReCoDe): population based cohort study. BMJ 2005;331:1113–1117.

4.   Gardosi J, Giddings S, Clifford S, Wood L, Francis A. Association between reduced stillbirth rates in England and regional uptake of accreditation training in customised fetal growth assessment. BMJ Open 2013;3:e003942.

5.   The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Each Baby Counts. 

6.   National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit. Perinatal Mortality Review Tool. 

7.   The Royal College of Pathologsts. Sudden unexpected death in infancy and childhood: Multi-agency guidelines for care and investigation.