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Etapas de la posición - Posiciones de la cabeza del feto durante el descenso - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Etapas de la posición - Posiciones de la cabeza del feto durante el descenso - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Etapas de la posición - Posiciones de la cabeza del feto durante el descenso. Esta muestra médica personalizada muestra una sola vista detallada del abdomen de una mujer embarazada durante el parto, los huesos de la pelvis, útero, canal vaginal y feto en el útero. En esta vista se identifican las etapas del descenso. Esta muestra es un poco atípica pues presenta una combinación asimétrica de las escalas de las etapas de descenso. Normalmente las etapas son de (-5, 0, +5) o más comúnmente de (-3, 0, +3). Esta imagen en particular muestra una combinación de (-3, 0, +5).

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