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CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I The Anatomy of the Pelvis and its Contents 1
by the addition of a superficial system of muscles and fascia
changes during the menstrual cycle and during pregnancy
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abdominal abnormality abortion accidental haemorrhage acute albuminuria asphyxia associated becomes birth-canal bleeding blood breech Caesarean Section cause cervix chorionic chronic clinical complication contracted pelvis cord decidua delay delivered delivery diagnosis diameter difficulty dilatation disease disproportion doses drugs eclampsia excessive fingers flexion fluid foetal foetus forceps fundus Guy's Hospital haemolytic streptococcus haemorrhage head hydatidiform mole important increase indication infant liquor amnii liver lower segment membranes method morphia mother necessary normal occiput occur onset of labour ovum pain palpation patient pelvic brim pelvic cavity peritoneal placenta praevia position possible post-partum posterior presentation pressure prolapse puerperal infection puerperium pyrexia rare renal result retraction rotation rupture second stage seldom severe signs sometimes stage of labour streptococcal suture symphysis symptoms tissue toxaemia toxaemia of pregnancy traction treatment tube upper segment urine usually uterine cavity uterine contractions uterine inertia uterine muscle uterine wall uterus vagina vaginal examination vertex villi vomiting vulva week of pregnancy