Court-Ordered Cesarean Sections: A Judicial Standard for Resolving the Conflict Between Fetal Interests and Maternal Rights
Noble-Allgire, Alice M.
Journal of Legal Medicine. 1989 Mar; 10(1): 211-249.
Abortion; Autonomy; Cesarean Section; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Equal Protection; Fetuses; Injuries; Judicial Action; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Obligations; Legal Rights; Moral Obligations; Organ Donation; Prenatal Injuries; Privacy; Public Policy; Religion; Rights; State Interest; Treatment Refusal; Viability; Women's Rights;
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