Unstable Lie, Malpresentations, and Malpositions

@inproceedings{Mackenzie2011UnstableLM,
  title={Unstable Lie, Malpresentations, and Malpositions},
  author={Ian Mackenzie},
  year={2011}
}
The concepts of unstable lie, malpresentation, and malposition have not changed for centuries probably, and there is no reason to anticipate a significant change will present in the foreseeable future. Various techniques for improving diagnostic accuracy and clinical care are periodically proposed and either become established clinical practice or disappear, sometimes to be resurrected at a later date. Near term and during labor, the fetus usually assumes a longitudinal lie and presents to the… CONTINUE READING
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