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One hundred twenty babies were delivered by podalic version, employing the Potter technique. There was a real indication for version in every case.
There was a corrected mortality of 3.3 per cent and had one case of adrenal apoplexy also been deducted, which probably would have been justifiable, the mortality percentage would have been 2.5 per cent, not much higher than in a series of normal deliveries.
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