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NEONATAL NERVE PALSIES: A CONTEMPORARY OBSTETRIC PERSPECTIVE

  • Daren J. Roberts ,
  • and John M. Svigos ,

Abstract

Background:

Birth trauma and its often incorrect inference of iatrogenic causation has led to unfortunate implications for the affected child, the parents, the obstetrician and the midwife due to unwarranted medico-legal attention in our current litigious society.

A more discerning evaluation of neonatal nerve palsies following labour and delivery has led to a better understanding of their aetiology with potentially more appropriate outcomes for all parties involved.

How to Cite

Roberts, D. J., & Svigos, and J. M. (2014). NEONATAL NERVE PALSIES: A CONTEMPORARY OBSTETRIC PERSPECTIVE. Bali Medical Journal, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v3i2.73

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