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Placental Abruption Birth Injuries in Maryland
Placental Abruption Birth Injuries in Maryland

Pregnant women face a number of risks before giving birth, and one of these is a placental abruption. Normally, the placenta separates after the baby is born and will pass through the birth canal on its own. But, in an abruption, it separates from the inner wall of the ...

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