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Lesión de nacimiento por distocia de hombros - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este diagrama médico muestra una vista transversal media de un parto vaginal normal con una descripción clásica de lesión por distocia de hombros durante el nacimiento, con posterior estiramiento y lesión del plexo braquial del bebé. El hombro del bebé queda parcialmente atrapado debajo de la sínfisis púbica (hueso púbico). A medida que el partero ejerce más presión para extraer al bebé, los nervios del plexo braquial se estiran, causando la lesión.
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