My approach to performing a perinatal or neonatal autopsy

  title={My approach to performing a perinatal or neonatal autopsy},
  author={H. Wainwright},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Pathology},
  pages={673 - 680}
  • H. Wainwright
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Clinical Pathology
  • An opportunity to determine the cause of death, factors that may have a role in it, and the extent and cause of malformations is provided by perinatal autopsy. The family may be assisted in finding closure after the death of their infant by the information obtained. Insight into classifying infants appearing normal into one of three groups, small, appropriate and large for gestational age, has been provided, as each group tends to have specific causes of death. In infants with congenital… CONTINUE READING
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