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Walthamstow 1936

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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Causes of Stillbirths.

Recent.Macerated.
Placental separation4Ante-partum haemorrhage1
Prolonged labour2Multiple malformations1
Shock after internal version1Unknown1
Cerebral haemorrhage1
Congenital morbus cordis1
Tumour of thymus gland1
Anencephaly1
Multiple malformations1
Unknown1
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With associated complications of pregnancy.

Albuminuria. Hyperpiesis Prolonged labour1Hydramnios Maternal toxaemia1
Albuminuria. Hyperpiesis Unknown1Albuminuria Unknown1
Albuminuria. Hydramnios Shock. First infant of twins. Delay in labour1Pre-eclamptic toxaemia Concealed haemorrhage1
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Post-mortem examinations were held in four of the above
cases:—
1. Tumour of thymus gland.
2. Anencephaly.
3. Congenital morbus cordis.
4. No apparent abnormality.
Infant deaths (under 10 days)—8 cases.
Atelectasis. Cerebral haemorrhage 1
Cerebral haemorrhage 1
Prematurity and inanition 3
Congenital morbus cordis 1
Exomphalos 1
Acute pyelitis 1
8
All infants were premature.
Post-mortem examinations were held in three of the above
cases:—
1. Atelectasis. Cerebral haemorrhage.
2. Congenital morbus cordis.
3. Cerebral haemorrhage.


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