Review of 24 cases of Maternal Deaths from Amniotic-Fluid Embolism : in Correlation with Clinical and Histopathological Findings

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  title={Review of 24 cases of Maternal Deaths from Amniotic-Fluid Embolism : in Correlation with Clinical and Histopathological Findings},
  author={Ambika Prasad Patra and Kusa Kumar Shaha and Anand Parashuram Rayamane},
  year={2013}
}
The present study demonstrates the significance of autopsy in cases of maternal deaths in elucidating the cause of death due to Amniotic fluid embolism; and to corroborate the pathological, microscopic and clinical features of such deaths. A retrospective five year cross-sectional study on 24 fatal cases of amniotic fluid embolism, confirmed by autopsy findings, clinical features and post-mortem histopathological reports; and, was conducted at our department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology… CONTINUE READING

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