bisacromial

bisacromial

 [bis″ah-kro´me-al]
pertaining to the two acromial processes.
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bis·a·cro·mi·al

(bis'ă-krō'mē-ăl),
Relating to both acromions of the scapular processes.
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We avoid use of the fetal head for traction and move to facilitate "shrugging" with reduction of the bisacromial to facilitate delivery.
Mariana's clinical pearl is that the delivering clinician should be seated, carefully observe the delivery of the shoulders, and facilitate fetal shrugging by gently reducing the bisacromial diameter as the posterior shoulder transitions over the perineal body.
(7) The delivery of the posterior arm reduces the presenting fetal diameter from the larger bisacromial diameter to the smaller axillo acromial diameter.