The end of term breech delivery

Lockwood, Charles J.
September 2001
Contemporary OB/GYN;Sep2001, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p10
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the decline in the number of vaginal breech deliveries performed in the United States. Author's encouragement to women who have a term singleton fetus in a breech presentation to attempt a trial of labor; Majority of term signleton fetuses in a breech presentation delivered abdominally; Decline in the number of obstetricians willing and skilled enough to undertake trials of labor.


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