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Understanding placental abruptions and mothers' rights

Health care providers have a significant responsibility when they are caring for a pregnant mother. They don't just have to monitor her condition, they have to watch out for the health of the baby as well. The slightest negligence on the part of a doctor or nurse in this context can easily lead to any number of birth injuries.

Understanding the root of many birth injuries: Hypoxia

Cerebral palsy, as we've been discussing in recent weeks, is a condition that can result from a doctor's negligence during delivery. However, cerebral palsy is just one of a number of birth injuries that can develop from the same root cause. Let's take a closer look at that cause this week.

Supporting parents in cerebral palsy-related lawsuits

Last week on our Ann Arbor medical malpractice law blog, we discussed the topic of cerebral palsy. This week, let's look a little more closely at the diagnosis itself. Because the condition may or may not be a result of birth injuries, it's important that parents have professional guidance during this stage.

What is cerebral palsy?

Families that are expecting a child are often excited to welcome the newborn into their family. Lots of preparations occur prior to birth, including readying the house and receiving prenatal medical care. Yet, even with all of this preparation, the ultimate outcome of the birth is still dependent upon what happens in the delivery room. A medical professional's seemingly minor mistake can cause significant harm to the newborn and/or the mother.

New study looks at connection between early brain injury, autism

According to a recent study published in the medical Journal Neuron, the part of the brain called the cerebellum may hold a key to understanding the development of autism spectrum disorder. One of the primary roles of the cerebellum is to coordinate motor functioning, but the cerebellum may actually have a more important role in developing brain function than was previously though.

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