Medical Definition of Neonatal tetanus

1. Tetanus occurring in newborn infants, usually due to infection of umbilical area with Clostridium tetani, often a result of ritualistic practices; has high fatality rate (about 60%). Synonym: neonatal tetanus. (05 Mar 2000)



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