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3/28/20
Fetus at +3 Station in Left Occiput Anterior (LOA) Presentation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Fetus at +3 Station in Left Occiput Anterior (LOA) Presentation
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Fetus at +3 Station in Left Occiput Anterior (LOA) Presentation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Birthing (Pelvic) Stations - Left Occiput Anterior Presentation/ This medical exhibit depicts a fetus in +3 station of birth during labor and delivery. It is positioned as Left Occiput Anterior (LOA).

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