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Purpose: Genome sequencing (GS) is potentially the most suitable diagnostic tools for fetal CNS structural anomalies. However, its efficacy hasn't been proved in large cohort of fetal CNS structural anomalies. Methods: Patients were enrolled by a multiple-level referral system when fetal CNS structure anomalies were found by ultrasonography. Samples from fetuses were subjected to GS. Results: Data of 162 fetuses with 11 frequent types of CNS anomalies was collected. The overall diagnosis yielddoi:10.1101/2020.03.04.20031294 fatcat:egbzlwupdbaqjfc4w2mbcshmim