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Etapas del descenso del feto (posición durante el nacimiento) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Etapas del descenso del feto (posición durante el nacimiento). Esta ilustración médica grafica una vista simple detallada del abdomen femenino durante la labor de parto, con los huesos pélvicos, útero, canal vaginal y un feto grande de 41 semanas en posición cefálica en la etapa -2. El cuello uterino está graficado y etiquetado a una dilatación de 10cm. En esta vista se identifican las etapas del descenso. Este gráfico es típico ya que presenta las etapas de descenso usadas comúnmente desde la -3, 0, +3.
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