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presentation

1. a verbal report presented with illustrative material, such as slides, graphs, etc.
2. Church the act or right of nominating a clergyman to a benefice
3. Med the position of a baby relative to the birth canal at the time of birth
4. Philosophy a sense datum
5. another name for (feast of) Candlemas

presentation

[‚prez·ən′tā·shən]
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External cephalic version has emerged as a valuable tool in the management of breech presentation resulting in significant reduction in cesarean section rate of upto 33%15.
In the differential diagnosis of acute scrotum, testicular torsion, appendix testicular torsion, repairable or strangulated inguinal hernia, trauma caused by breech presentation, hematocele, scrotal abscess, malignancy, ectopic spleen and ectopic adrenal gland should be kept in mind, though rarely observed in the neonatal period.
We recommend using measures to turn the baby (external cephalic version) to prevent breech presentation at birth and counselling women who want to proceed with a vaginal breech birth.
In this report, a case of dystocia due to foetal ascites coupled with breech presentation is presented.
Planned caesarean section versus planned vaginal birth for breech presentation at term: A randomised multicentre trial.
16) Obesity and breech presentation in older maternal age are other risk factors implicated in cesarean deliveries at advanced maternal age.
He hopes to reintroduce critical delivery skills into the field, and raise awareness that breech presentation of babies does not always necessitate C-section deliveries.
A C-section was performed due to a breech presentation.
For infants with a breech presentation, however, cesarean delivery is associated with reduced neonatal mortality.
For breech presentation, caesarean section, either antepartum (OR 0.
100 women with breech presentation at 37 to 40 weeks received hypnotherapy from Mehl.