Sacrotransverse position

sacrotransverse position sac·ro·trans·verse position (sāk’rō-trāns-vûrs’, -trānz-, -trāns’vûrs’, -trānz’-, sā’krō-)
A breech presentation with the fetal sacrum pointing to the right or left iliac fossa of the mother’s pelvis.


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