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Figure 7.77. Autopsy specimen of the liver from the same infant. Note the laceration of the liver which resulted in the hemorrhage.

Figure 7.78. As the result of prolonged endotracheal tube intubation this infant developed ridging of the hard palate with a subsequent high arch.

Figure 7.79. Radiographs of the chest in an infant with (on the left) an apparently normal chest soon after birth. On the right, 2 weeks later, note the fracture of the right humerus and fractures of the ribs. The etiology was obscure but was thought to be iatrogenic.

Figure 7.79. Radiographs of the chest in an infant with (on the left) an apparently normal chest soon after birth. On the right, 2 weeks later, note the fracture of the right humerus and fractures of the ribs. The etiology was obscure but was thought to be iatrogenic.

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