HMD, a frequent cause of perinatal death, is of paramount importance in medicolegal autopsies, because it indicates live birth. In this paper, a case is presented which died after two days of hospitalization following birth and in which HMD was diagnosed histopathologically during autopsy.
Key Words: Perinatal death, Hyalen membran disease, Live birth, Medicolegal autopsy.
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