cephalopelvic disproportion

cephalopelvic disproportion
ceph·a·lo·pel·vic disproportion .sef-ə-lō-.pel-vik- n a condition in which a maternal pelvis is small in relation to the size of the fetal head

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a condition in which the head of the fetus is too large to permit passage through the pelvis of the mother.

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