Delivering Hydrocephalic Fetuses
Bioethics. 1991 Jan; 5(1): 1-22.
Detection of fetal hydrocephalus with head enlargement in the third trimester raises questions concerning the extent of the physician's obligations to the fetus and to the mother. Here Strong develops and defends an approach to these questions that he discussed in an earlier essay ("Ethical conflicts between mother and fetus in obstetrics,"
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