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Facteurs prédictifs de rotation des variétés postérieures en occipito-sacré

Abstract : Objective: To identify predictors of persistent occiput posterior presentation and to explain this persistence. Patients and methods: A historical cohort study of comparative, descriptive and bicentric was conducted on a series of 60 cases selected by the presence of an occiput posterior presentation during labor. Labour and delivery as well as maternal and newborn biometrics were studied. Results: Statistical analysis did not allow to find significant predictor of rotation of the posterior occiput presentation in one direction or the other. Discussion and conclusion: The small sample size of the study did not conclude on the effect of different factors explored, but put out sorne tracks it would be interesting to deepen : pelvic and foot dimensions, as well as maternal positions adopted during labor. Literature found little study on the rotation of the occiput posterior presentation, a Wide area of research remains open. A large-scale study is given to deepen the results emerging from this study.
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Maïlys Long. Facteurs prédictifs de rotation des variétés postérieures en occipito-sacré. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2015. ⟨dumas-01218581⟩



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