a bending forward of an organ, especially of the body of the uterus.
Historical Examples

If anteflexion be present, the anterior lip of the cervix should be seized with the volsella and fixed by slight traction.
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anteflexion an·te·flex·ion (ān’tē-flěk’shən)
A sharp forward curve or angulation, especially a forward bend in the uterus at the junction of the corpus and cervix.

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