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[Correspondence] Fetal macrosomia: induction of labour or expectant management?

Michel Boulvain and colleagues (June 27, p 2600)1 report that induction of labour between 37+0 and 38+6 weeks of gestation (early-term gestation) for suspected large-for-date fetuses (fetal macrosomia) reduces the risk of shoulder dystocia and associated morbidity (primary outcome) compared with expectant management. However, these findings raise further questions.