Nagele pelvis

Nä·ge·le pel·vis

(nā'gĕ-lĕ),
an obliquely contracted or unilateral synostotic pelvis, marked by arrested development of one lateral half of the sacrum, usually ankylosis of the sacroiliac joint on that side, rotation of the sacrum toward the same side, and deviation of the symphysis pubis to the opposite side.

Nä·ge·le pel·vis

(nā'gĕ-lĕ pel'vis)
An obliquely contracted or unilateral synostotic pelvis, marked by arrest of development of one lateral half of the sacrum, usually ankylosis of the sacroiliac joint on that side, rotation of the sacrum toward the same side, and deviation of the symphysis pubis to the opposite side.

Nägele,

Franz K., German obstetrician, 1777-1851.
Nägele maneuver
Nägele obliquity - inclination of the fetal head in cases of flat pelvis, the anterior parietal bone presenting to the parturient canal. Synonym(s): anterior asynclitism
Nägele pelvis - an obliquely contracted or unilateral synostotic pelvis.
Nägele rule - estimates date of delivery by counting back three months from the first day of the last menstrual period and adding seven days.
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