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1/20/21
Birth Stations of Presentation: 1/3 System (Front and Side Views) - Medical Animation
 
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Birth Stations of Presentation: 1/3 System (Front and Side Views) - Medical Animation
This medical 3D animation shows the birth stations of presentation 1/3 system from two angles: anterior (front) and right lateral (side). The animation clearly shows the baby progressing during labor and delivery through the following vertex positions: +3, +2, +1, 0, -1, -2 -3.

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