Permanently Locked-in Syndrome in the Neurologically Impaired Neonate: Report of a Case of Werdnig-Hoffman Disease
Echenberg, Robert J.
JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ETHICS 1992 Fall; 3(3): 206-208
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Permanently Locked-in Syndrome in the Neurologically Impaired Neonate: Report of a Case of Werdnig-Hoffman Disease Echenberg, Robert J. (1992)Echenberg, a physician and the chairman of a PEC (perinatal ethics committee) recounts a difficult case of an infant with congenital Werdnig-Hoffman disease, which is characterized by a severe, early-onset form of spinal ...
Truog, Robert D. (1992)In "Permanently locked-in syndrome in the neurologically impaired neonate," Robert J. Echenberg provides a moving account of how an ethics committee can provide guidance in a difficult and disturbing clinical situation. ...