Wright version

Wright ver·sion

(rīt),
an obstetric maneuver used in cases of shoulder presentation, in which the shoulders are pushed upward with one hand while the breech is moved toward the center of the uterus by the other hand; the head is then guided into the pelvis.
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Wright ver·sion

(rīt vĕr'zhŭn)
obstetrics A cephalic version employed in cases of shoulder presentation when the shoulders are pushed upward while the breech is moved toward the center of the uterus by the other hand; the head is then guided into the pelvis.
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Wright,

Marmaduke Burr, U.S. obstetrician, 1803-1879.
Wright version - a cephalic version employed in cases of shoulder presentation.
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