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Occipitotransverse position

occipitotransverse position oc·cip·i·to·trans·verse position (ŏk-sĭp’ĭ-tō-trāns-vûrs’, -trānz-, -trāns’vûrs’, -trānz’-)
A cephalic presentation of the fetus in which the occiput is turned toward either the right or left iliac fossa of the mother’s pelvis.


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    [ok-si-tan] /ˈɒk sɪˌtæn/ noun 1. (def 3). n. “Old or modern Provençal; langue d’Oc,” 1940, also “the northern variant of modern Provençal;” from French oc (see Languedoc).

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