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5/28/24

Labor and Delivery - Fetal Descent +2 Station (Pelvic Stations) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Labor and Delivery - Fetal Descent +2 Station (Pelvic Stations) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Labor and Delivery - Fetal Descent +2 Station (Pelvic Stations). This full color medical illustration depicts the fetal descent stations in relation to a skeletal view of the pelvis. The pelvis is shown in an anterior (front) view and the stations are represented by black lines. The baby is shown at the second to last station.

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