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Labor and Delivery - Axis of the Fetal Shoulders in Relation to the Maternal Pelvis

Labor and Delivery - Axis of the Fetal Shoulders in Relation to the Maternal Pelvis

 

Labor and Delivery - Axis of the Fetal Shoulders in Relation to the Maternal Pelvis
Image Number: 130-07120
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Title: Labor and Delivery - Axis of the Fetal Shoulders in Relation to the Maternal Pelvis
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Image Description:  Labor and Delivery - Axis of the Fetal Shoulders in Relation to the Maternal Pelvis. Depicts fetus crowning through mother's birth canal. May be customized by editing labels, or by combining artwork with graphics from our 15,000 image library.

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Nucleus Medical Art Nucleus Medical Art specializes in providing stock and custom medical illustration for patient and professional education. Our proprietary database of 15,000 full-color medical illustrations and animations covers human anatomy, disease states and most common surgical procedures. In addition, Nucleus employs a team of 20 professionals to produce custom illustrations, animations, and interactive multimedia.

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Labor and Delivery - Axis of the Fetal Shoulders in Relation to the Maternal Pelvis


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