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Rit·gen

(rit'gen),
Ferdinand A.M.F. von, German obstetrician, 1787-1867. See: Ritgen maneuver.
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An overview of the North American turtle genus Clemmys Ritgen, 1828.
In the Ritgen hands-on method, first reported in 1828, "the left hand of the midwife puts pressure on the infant's head, and the right hand is placed against the perineum.