Maternal ventilation and sedation for H1N1 influenza resulting in fetal bladder rupture and urinary ascites
Urinary ascites in a newborn infant is unusual and most commonly results from bladder perforation following umbilical arterial catheterisation or obstructive uropathy. The following report describes a case of fetal bladder rupture with urinary ascites in
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