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Breech Delivery in the Term Fetus — Relation to Neuromotor Dysfunction and Mental Handicap

  • H. Manzke
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Abstract

The cerebral damage of infants born in breech presentation can be classified by cause into three major groups.

Keywords

Cerebral Palsy Cesarean Section Rate Breech Presentation Fetal Head Cerebral Damage 
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