key-in-lock maneuver

key-in-lock ma·neu·ver

(kē'in-lok' mă-nū'vĕr)
A method by which obstetric forceps are used to rotate the fetal head.

DeLee,

Joseph B., U.S. obstetrician and gynecologist, 1869-1942.
DeLee trap meconium aspirator
DeLee catheter
DeLee forceps
DeLee infant catheter
DeLee maneuver - a method by which obstetrical forceps are used to rotate the fetal head. Synonym(s): key-in-lock maneuver
DeLee obstetrical forceps
DeLee ovum forceps
DeLee pelvimeter
DeLee uterine packing forceps
DeLee-Hillis stethoscope