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Labor and Delivery - Fetal Descent Stations 3-0-3 (Pelvic Stations) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Labor and Delivery - Fetal Descent Stations 3-0-3 (Pelvic Stations)
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Labor and Delivery - Fetal Descent Stations 3-0-3 (Pelvic Stations) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Labor and Delivery - Fetal Descent Stations 3-0-3 (Pelvic Stations). This full color medical illustration depicts the 3-0-3 fetal descent stations during a normal vaginal birth in occiput posterior position. The image is a lateral (side) view of a pregnant woman and the uterus, fetus, lower spine, vagina and pubis symphysis are all visible. The stations are shown as black lines.

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