Sacroanterior position

sacroanterior position sac·ro·an·te·ri·or position (sāk’rō-ān-tēr’ē-ər, sā’krō-)
A breech presentation of the fetus with the sacrum directed toward either the left or right front quarter of the mother’s pelvis.


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