podalic


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podalic

 [po-dal´ik]
pertaining to or by means of the feet, as podalic version.

po·dal·ic

(pō-dal'ik),
Relating to the foot.
[G. pous (pod-), foot]

podalic

/po·dal·ic/ (po-dal´ik) accomplished by means of the feet; see under version.

podalic

[pōdal′ik]
Etymology: Gk, pous, foot
pertaining to the feet.

po·dal·ic

(pō-dal'ik)
Relating to the foot.
[G. pous (pod-), foot]
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As Tatlock tells us, Siegemund became "the next best thing to an expert in obstructed labor and had perfected the techniques of cephalic and podalic version" (3).
My podalic problem has been brought into focus because this is National Footcare Week.