Fetomaternal bleeding as a cause for "unexplained" fetal death.

@article{Laube1982FetomaternalBA,
  title={Fetomaternal bleeding as a cause for "unexplained" fetal death.},
  author={Douglas W Laube and Charles W. Schauberger},
  journal={Obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1982},
  volume={60 5},
  pages={649-51}
}
Among a series of 29 antepartum fetal deaths without apparent cause, 4 (13.8%) were apparently due to transplacental fetal exsanguination. This represents 3.4% of all fetal deaths and 0.04% of all births in a series of 9223 deliveries. The principal conclusion of this study is that massive fetal maternal hemorrhage occurring without apparent cause or predisposing factors represents a significant cause of fetal wastage, examination of which should be included in evaluation of these patients. 

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