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no title author magazine year volume issue page(s) type
1 2 Aetiology of gestational diabetes Kühl, Claus
1991
5 2 p. 279-292
14 p.
article
2 6 Complicated diabetes complicating pregnancy Hare, John W.
1991
5 2 p. 349-367
19 p.
article
3 13 Contraception for women with diabetes: An update Skouby, S.O.
1991
5 2 p. 493-503
11 p.
article
4 Contributors to this issue Oats, Jeremy N.
1991
5 2 p. v-vi
nvt p.
article
5 Foreword 1991
5 2 p. ix-x
nvt p.
article
6 Index 1991
5 2 p. 505-509
5 p.
article
7 1 Inheritance and development of diabetes mellitus Pearson, Donald W.M.
1991
5 2 p. 257-277
21 p.
article
8 11 Long-term implications of gestational diabetes for the mother Henry, Olivia A.
1991
5 2 p. 461-483
23 p.
article
9 7 Medical management of diabetes in pregnancy Hadden, David R.
1991
5 2 p. 369-394
26 p.
article
10 8 Obstetrical management of patients with diabetes in pregnancy Oats, Jeremy N.
1991
5 2 p. 395-411
17 p.
article
11 5 Prevention of macrosomia Langer, Oded
1991
5 2 p. 333-347
15 p.
article
12 3 Screening and diagnosis of gestational diabetes Coustan, Donald R.
1991
5 2 p. 293-313
21 p.
article
13 4 Spontaneous abortion and congenital malformations in diabetes Andrew Combs, C.
1991
5 2 p. 315-331
17 p.
article
14 10 The California Diabetes and Pregnancy Programme: A statewide collaborative programme for the pre-conception and prenatal care of diabetic women Cousins, Larry
1991
5 2 p. 443-459
17 p.
article
15 12 The effects of maternal diabetes on the offspring Van Assche, F.A.
1991
5 2 p. 485-492
8 p.
article
16 9 The infant of the diabetic mother Mountain, Kenneth R.
1991
5 2 p. 413-442
30 p.
article
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