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Plexus lymphaticus axillaris

Introduction: Plexus lymphaticus axillaris

Description of Plexus lymphaticus axillaris

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  • Other multiple birth (three or more), mates all stillborn
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), mates all stillborn, born before admission to hospital
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), mates all stillborn, born outside of hospital and not hospitalized
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), mates liveborn and stillborn
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), mates liveborn and stillborn, born before admission to hospital
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), mates liveborn and stillborn, born outside hospital and not hospitalized
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), unspecified whether mates liveborn or stillborn
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), unspecified whether mates liveborn or stillborn, born before admission to hospital
  • Other multiple birth (three or more), unspecified whether mates liveborn or stillborn, born outside of hospital
  • Other multiple pregnancy with fetal loss and retention of one or more fetus(es)

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