Risks of Labour
Wiley, 1985 - Labor (Obstetrics) - 214 pages
The aim of this series is to provide a common ground between obstetricians and paediatricians, and to describe current practice in a way that is useful and relevant to both groups.
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Malpresentations and Malpositions I L C Fergusson
Birth Trauma C H M Walker
Neonatal Intracranial Haemorrhage and Cerebral Oedema
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