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10/27/20
Episiotomy with Release of Shoulder Dystocia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Episiotomy with Release of Shoulder Dystocia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Episiotomy with Release of Shoulder Dystocia. This medical illustration pictures childbirth from the lithotomy position (perineum). In this illustration, the child's shoulder is trapped on the pubic symphysis causing brachial plexus injury. The an episiotomy is illustrated and the eventual delivery.

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