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Shoulder dystocia

  • Terri Coates
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Part of the Midwifery Practice Series book series

Abstract

We are likely to remember all the cases of shoulder dystocia that we are ever involved with. They are amongst the most terrifying experiences that midwifery or obstetrics has to offer.

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