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Contracciones uterinas normales durante el alumbramiento con monitoreo fetal impreso - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Parto y alumbramiento - contracciones uterinas normales con monitoreo fetal impreso. Muestra un útero relajado y el cuello uterino dilatado seguido de un útero contraído. La tercera imagen muestra un útero relajado. La cuarta imagen muestra la contracción del útero, y la expulsión del bebé hacia el canal de parto. La quinta y sexta ilustración muestran un monitor fetal y su impresión, gráfico con las contracciones y períodos de recuperación.
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