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Figure 4.50. Cervical cord injury. This very rare complication is invariably associated with breech delivery. Note the crying infant lying flat on the bed in the "pithed-frog" position with abdominal distention due both to lack of muscle tone and to an enlarged bladder.

Figure 4.49. This infant had depression on both sides of its skull from its intrauterine position. Note that this is not traumatic and requires no treatment.

Figure 4.50. Cervical cord injury. This very rare complication is invariably associated with breech delivery. Note the crying infant lying flat on the bed in the "pithed-frog" position with abdominal distention due both to lack of muscle tone and to an enlarged bladder.

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