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Shoulder presentation

Introduction: Shoulder presentation

Description of Shoulder presentation

Shoulder presentation: Related Topics

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Shoulder presentation as a Disease

Shoulder presentation: Type of or association with medical condition Malpresentation.
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Shoulder presentation: Related Diseases

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Shoulder presentation as a subtype of Malpresentation

Malpresentation (medical condition): The abnormal presentation of a fetus in the mothers womb

Malpresentation (medical condition): Malpresentation or fetal malpresentation is where the baby is in a difficult position for the birth process. Breech is an example of a malpresentation where the baby's bottom rather than its head is located at the cervix. Face presentation is another malpresentation where the baby's face comes out first during delivery rather than the crown of the head. Malpresentation may increase the duration of labor or even necessitate surgical intervention such as a cesarean.

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