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8/10/20
Episiotomy (condensed version) - Medical Animation
 
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Episiotomy (condensed version) - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation depicts two types of episiotomy incisions, a surgical procedure during vaginal birth in which an incision is made in the perineum to widen the vaginal opening, in order to allow a baby to pass through and be born. A midline incision extends straight down from the vagina toward the anus. A mediolateral incision is made on an angle from the vagina in the direction of the anus.

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