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  • Glenda Poole

    PRESENTATION- the part of the fetus which first enters the pelvic brim. This may be vertex, face, brow or breech POSITION- the relationship of the baby's occiput (babys back of head) to a particular part of the mother's pelvis. Left occiput anterior(front), left occiput posterior(back), etc.

  • Laura Woodyard

    Leopold's Maneuvers-OB... for nursing/ RN NP studies

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