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IT'S GO TIME! YIKES!!!

From the moment my wife, Hannah and I learned we were pregnant, time seemed to drag on and on. The anticipation was numbing to say the least. 1,787 more words

Baby

pasture at dawn

before dawn, fog is chill

cold-marinating the skin

nibbling through flesh

penetrating to marrow

through bones no longer

strong to frame the cow

exhausted by labor… 54 more words

Nature Poems

Malpresentation

Terminology

  • Lie – the long axis of the fetus
    • Transverse
    • Longitudinal
  • Presentation – the part of the body facing the outlet
    • Cephalic
    • Shoulder
    • Breech
  • Presenting Part – the actual organ facing the outlet…
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OBGYN

Twin Pregnancy

Permutations

  • MCMA = one placenta, one amniotic sac; always identical
    • Perinatal loss rate 30-60%
  • MCDA = one placenta, separate amniotic sacs
  • DCDA = separate placentae, spearate sacs; may be fused (next to each other but with a septa divinding the sacs and placentae or separate…
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OBGYN

IUGR - a.k.a., small baby and breech

It seems like that despite my more than enough weight gain, my little girl is not growing as much.  The perinatologist started to get concerned around 24 weeks and they ordered an additional ultrasound. 857 more words

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RCOG and Oxford Breech Conferences, October 2014

Well.

It’s been a historic week.

Last Tuesday, 14th October 2014, obstetricians and midwives from around the world converged in the basement of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Midwives (RCOG) in London for a study day on Management of the Term Breech (#RCOGbreech). 2,406 more words

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