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" The prevention of this serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunks rests with the obstetrician, who should not overstretch the child's neck in the process of delivery. 2. The persistence of the palsy is clearly explained by the pathological findings... "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 184
1906
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 53

Children - 1906 - 978 pages
...and then the nerve fibers. The prevention of this serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunks rests with the obstetrician, who should not overstretch...persistence of the palsy is clearly explained by the pathological findings, viz.: (a) Rupture of the perineural sheath with hemorrhage into its substance,...
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Pediatrics, Volume 18

Children - 1906 - 798 pages
...serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunks rests with the obstetrician, who should not over stretch the child's neck in the process of delivery. 2. The...persistence of the palsy is clearly explained by the pathological findings, namely — (a) Rupture of the perineural sheath with hemorrhage into its substance,...
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Skin and Venereal Diseases, Volume 10

Dermatology - 1906 - 282 pages
...and then the nerve fibers. The prevention of this serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunk rests with the obstetrician, who should not overstretch...perineural sheath with hemorrhage into its substance, resulting in the formation of hematomata or hematomatous infiltration into the neighboring tissues....
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The St. Louis Medical Review, Volume 53

Medicine - 1906 - 584 pages
...fibres. The prevention of this serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunks rests with the obsetrician, who should not overstretch the child's neck in the...persistence of the palsy is clearly explained by the pathological findings, viz.: (a) Rupture of the perineural sheath with haemorrhage into its substance,...
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Buffalo Medical Journal and Monthly Review of Medical and ..., Volume 61

Medicine - 1906 - 808 pages
...serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunks rests with the obstetrician, who should not over stretch the child's neck in the process of delivery. 2. The...persistence of the palsy is clearly explained by the pathological findings, viz: (a.) Rupture of the perineural sheath with hemorrhage into its substance,...
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Progressive Medicine, Volume 1

Hobart Amory Hare - Medicine - 1906 - 308 pages
...and then the nerve fibres. The prevention of this serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunks rests with the obstetrician, who should not overstretch the child's neck in the process of delivery. The persistance of the palsy is clearly explained by the pathological findings—viz., (a) rupture...
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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 153, Issue 2

Medicine - 1905 - 852 pages
...and then the nerve fibers. The prevention of this serious lesion of the cervical nerve trunks rests with the obstetrician, who should not overstretch...persistence of the palsy is clearly explained by the pathological findings, viz.: (а) Rupture of the perineural sheath with hemorrhage into its substance,...
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