A Multicenter Cross-Sectional Study in Infants with Congenital Heart Defects Demonstrates High Diagnostic Yield of Genetic Testing but Variable Evaluation Practices
MD Durbin et al, Genet in Med Open, May 2023
Implementation of Newborn Screening for Conditions in the United States First Recommended during 2010–2018
S Singh et al, IJNS, April 2023
Association of Potentially Damaging De Novo Gene Variants With Neurologic Outcomes in Congenital Heart Disease.
Sarah U Morton et al. JAMA network open 2023 1 (1) e2253191
Polygenic risk scores of endo-phenotypes identify the effect of genetic background in congenital heart disease.
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