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Fetus at +2 Station In Occiput Posterior Presentation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Fetus at +2 Station In Occiput Posterior Presentation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Labor and Delivery - Fetus at +2 Station. This full color medical exhibit depicts the fetal descent stations of presentation in a sagittal cut-away view of the pelvis. The stations are represented by black lines and the baby is shown at the +2 station.

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