At one high-risk perinatal centre over a 9-year period, 83.1% (103/124) sets of liveborn twins with gestational ages less than 33 weeks were delivered vaginally. Mortality in vaginal births was 26.7% (55/206), almost double that of Caesarean births of 14.3% (6/42), a non-significant difference. When gestational age discrepancies were corrected, however, the… (More)
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