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Uncommon Diseases during Pregnancy

  • A. Van Steenberge
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Abstract

Uncommon diseases represent a long list of pathological conditions requiring special care of which each entity is rare but added together they will reach a sufficient quota to burden every obstetrical department once or twice a year.

Keywords

Epidural Analgesia Spina Bifida Difficult Airway Regional Technique Difficult Intubation 
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