deflexed


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deflexed

(of bent structures) bent sharply downwards.
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The most common cause of un-engaged head was deflexed head in 28(28%) women Cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD) in 18(18) loop of the cord around the neck in 4(4%) placenta previa type 1 and 2 (anterior) in 4(4%) and hydrocephalus in 1(1%).
Pileus 46 cm wide convex becoming nearly planewith age yellowish surface viscid irregular circular patchesof graybrown to dark brown tomentum or squamules allover the pileus surface margins incurved when young gradually becoming deflexed to straight to uplifted with agesmooth.
Females from elsewhere in the range of this species do not exhibit the expanded, deflexed corners of female mediosternite VI.
The bulk of the riser consists of naturally deflexed Osage we'd cut months earlier and seasoned with great care, ends waxed and sealed against checking (splits); a one-in-a-thousand section of wood providing perfect take-off angles without interrupting grain integrity with saw or file.
Among their topics are communicating effectively with patients, evaluating the pelvis, dealing with malpositions and deflexed attitudes, delivering twins, and using forceps and the vacuum extractor.
The deflexed riser has a 2 1/2" sight window cut 1/8" past center and an extended radiused shelf.
VII slightly longer than previous tergites, with the lateral margins deflexed and forming a [+ or -] prominent and extended, crenulate or dentate lobe; rarely lacking (Fig.
The genus is characterized by the strongly vertical head with the anterior third or so projected upwards and weakly to distinctly deflexed over anterior pronotal margin.
But when you attempt to deliver the fetal head, you realize that it is deflexed and stuck deep in the pelvis.
Corolla 7-8 mm, subtrilobed with subcordate base, lateral lobes +- rounded at the tips and slightly deflexed.
Brownish yellow with black antennae, head, deflexed portions of mesonotum lateral to scutellum, mesoscutellum, metanotum, metascutellum, mesosternum, anterior margin of propodium, terminal 1/4 of ovipositor sheath, apices of all tibiae and tarsi.
Fruits deflexed (-ascending or divergent), dehiscent (-indehiscent), oblong, subterete or tetragonal (-laterally compressed) in cross section, ovoid in one species, coriaceous.