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To the Editor:—
In "External Cephalic Version With Anesthesia" by Bonnar and others (205:97, 1968) a conundrum appears in the third paragraph on page 101:In the presence of minor degrees of pelvic contraction or an abnormally large baby, vaginal delivery will entail a high perinatal mortality and morbidity unless elective abdominal delivery is performed.This sentence is typical of the editing of the article which would have profited by a 25% reduction in volume.
James T. McClintock. Editorial Logic. JAMA. 1968;205(13):938. doi:10.1001/jama.1968.03140390062021