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Lesão de Nascimento - Distocia de Ombro com Lesão do Plexo Braquial pelo Sacro - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Lesão de Nascimento - Distocia de Ombro com Lesão do Plexo Braquial pelo Sacro - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Lesão de Nascimento - Distocia de Ombro com Lesão do Plexo Braquial. Esta mostra médica exibe uma causa menos conhecida da distocia de ombro, ou lesão do plexo braquial, durante o parto normal. Nesse caso, o ombro esquerdo do bebê fica preso atrás do osso sacro da mãe em vez da distocia de ombro típica causada pela sínfise púbica da mãe (osso púbico). O bebê está de frente para o observador nesta ilustração.

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