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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
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presentation

[‚prez·ən′tā·shən]
(electronics)
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presentation graphics

Business graphics, charts and diagrams used in a presentation. Presentation graphics software provides predefined backgrounds and sample page layouts to assist in the creation of computer-driven slide shows, which, in combination with a data projector, made the 35mm slide presentation obsolete. Navigation from page to page (slide to slide) can be done manually or automatically every so many seconds. The most popular presentation software is Microsoft PowerPoint (see PowerPoint).

Frames and Transitions
The format is a series of horizontal frames (slides) with transitions between them. Images, text, audio and video are laid out on the frames, and speaker's notes can be added. Like any page layout program, elements on a frame can be moved around and resized.


The Slides
Thumbnails of the slides ride in a separate window, allowing you to select and resequence them by clicking and dragging.







Be Your Own Videographer
In PowerPoint, making slides dissolve or fade into each other is done by simply clicking the transition you want.
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The term fetuses presenting by breech have worse outcomes than cephalic presenting ones, irrespective of the mode of delivery although it is unclear whether this is due to underlying conditions (perhaps the very factors that caused the breech presentation in the first place) that make them vulnerable, or the effects of delivery in this position.
The prevalence of breech presentation remained stable from the prepolicy to the postpolicy period, but there was an increase in the prevalence of women with prior cesareans (11.4 percent to 13.1 percent) and women with herpes infection (2.8 percent to 3.8 percent; Table 1).
* To find out the mode of delivery in the pregnant women with term breech presentation.
Dysplasia of the femoral trochlea may be congenital, with a breech presentation of the fetus as a major risk factor for its development.
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.
This was the reason the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2001 recommended that all women with an uncomplicated breech presentation at term be offered an ECV [6, 7].
The aim of this study was to (1) assess rates of success of ECV for breech presentation at term at the Royal Women's Hospital in comparison to international standards, (2) assess mode of delivery following ECV, and (3) assess factors influencing success rates of ECV at the Royal Women's Hospital.
Moxibustion for correction of breech presentation. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 280, 1580-1584.
The incidence of humeral fracture in our study was 0.59 per 1000, while in other studies the incidence is approximately 0.05/1000.18 Risk factors include breech presentation, CS delivery and low birth weight.22 The three cases of humerus fractures in this study were from normal VDs, and all with cephalic presentation.
She had a repeat ultrasound scanning at presentation which reported an intrauterine gestation at term with breech presentation, severe oligohydramnios and no fetal cardiac activity.
Dermish: It was trunk intact, so usually what I do, if it's a breech presentation, I'll remove the extremities first, the lower extremities, and then go for the spine and sort of bring it down that way, and then--
The etiology of prenatal testicular torsion has not been elucidated fully, but difficult delivery, breech presentation, large baby, hyperactive cremasteric reflex and multiple pregnancy have been reported to be predisposing factors (3).