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The transverse diameter are: Overlapping of cranial bones at the membranous joints due to compression of the engaging diameter of the head. It is physiological, harmless and disappears within a few hours after birth.

OLCreate: HEAT_ANC_ET_ Antenatal Care Module: 6. Anatomy of the Female Pelvis and Fetal Skull

It is soft, diffuse and pits on pressure. No underlying skull bone fracture.

Limited by suture lines. Tends to grow larger.

FETAL SKULL AND MATERNAL PELVIS EBOOK DOWNLOAD

Disappears within weeks. It is circumscribed, soft and non pitting.

May be associated with skull bone fracture. The blood is absorbed and the swelling subside.

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Present at birth on normal vaginal delivery. Have thorough knowledge of: Be better able to recognise fetal skull and maternal pelvis from the norm Be able to make appropriate referrals to ensure maternal, fetal and neonatal wellbeing Keywords and linking topics Maternal pelvis, fetal skull, mechanism of labour Questions at the end of this resource will enable you to assess your knowledge and reflect on how you can incorporate it into your own practice.

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