Ethical Issues in the Use of Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors
Neurologic Clinics. 1989 Nov; 7(4): 729-743.
Anencephaly; Body Parts and Fluids; Brain; Brain Death; Brain Pathology; Consensus; Death; Dementia; Determination of Death; Donors; Health; Health Personnel; Infants; Killing; Life; Moral Policy; Newborns; Organ Donation; Organ Donors; Organ Transplantation; Parents; Persistent Vegetative State; Personhood; Prolongation of Life; Psychological Stress; Public Policy; Review; Risks and Benefits; Scarcity; Social Impact; Standards; Tissue Donation; Transplantation; Trust; Uncertainty; Value of Life;
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