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Trends in vaginal breech delivery
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    Options in Breech Delivery: the woman's choice?

    Hehir (2015) gives an interesting account on the current trends in breech delivery and gives discusses several large studies whose findings suggest that differences in mortality between vaginal breech delivery and elective cesarean section are minimal. Considering the down sides of cesarean delivery, such as increased risks during future pregnancies and births, what is the best option for women? And who should make that...

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