Douglas spontaneous evolution

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Douglas spontaneous evolution

a mechanism whereby molding of the foetus and impaction of the shoulder and prolapsed arm occurs in transverse lie, allowing vaginal delivery with the lateral aspect of the thorax following the prolapsed shoulder.

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