Duhrssen incisions

Dührs·sen in·ci·sions

(dēr'sĕn),
three surgical incisions of an incompletely dilated cervix, corresponding roughly to 2-, 6-, and 10-o'clock, used as a means of effecting immediate delivery of the fetus when there is an entrapped head during a breech delivery.

Dührs·sen in·ci·sions

(dēr'sen in-sizh'ŭnz)
Three surgical incisions of an incompletely dilated cervix, corresponding roughly to positions at 2-, 6-, and 10-o'clock, used as a means of effecting immediate delivery of the fetus when there is an entrapped head during a breech delivery.

Dührssen,

Alfred, German obstetrician-gynecologist, 1862-1933.
Dührssen incisions - three surgical incisions of an incompletely dilated cervix used as a means of effecting immediate delivery of the fetus.
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