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  • 1.   Cerebral palsy after maternal trauma in pregnancy

    The aim of this study was to examine cases of cerebal palsy in infants born at term to mothers who earlier in the pregnancy had been involved in accidents without suffering overt abdominal injury, placental abruption, or premature onset of labour

    Dev Med Child Neurol, Vol: 49 Page: 700-6 September 2007
    B. Hayes; S. Ryan; J. B. Stephenson; M. D. King

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