Obstertrical aspects of rhesus isoimmunisation
Robertson, John Gow
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Rhesus isoimmunisation very rarely causes any upset in the pregnant woman but may have a profound and serious effect on her child. For this reason, the condition is of considerable importance to the obstetrician, especially as its presence is likely to be detected during the time that he is responsible for the patient's care and well-being.