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A male stillborn is delivered at 32 weeks' ...
Pulmonary hypoplasia πŸ” / πŸ“Ί / 🌳

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mambaforstep  this is the second explanation that makes sense to me that I see downvoted. if you see something wrong and downvote, please explain! I want to know what im missing +4  
abhishek021196  Maybe someone downvoted because in this question, there wasnt a mention of renal agenesis but rather urethral obstruction although that would lead to Potter sequence as well. +1  
sexymexican888  Whether it was oligohydramnios or poly wouldn't they both cause pulmonary hypoplasia cause in the first you aint got no pee to swallow and in the second you cant swallow the pee? Only diff would be in oligo you get potters sequence bc compression +1  

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