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molding

 [mōld´ing]
the shaping of the fetal head to the size and shape of the birth canal.

mold·ing

(mōld'ing),
Shaping by means of a mold.

molding

Obstetrics The changes that the fetus's skull–which has a rigid face and base and a mobile cranial vault–undergoes to slide through the birth canal

mold·ing

(mōld'ing)
The shaping of a baby's head to facilitate passage down the birth canal. The molding disappears after birth.

mold·ing

(mōld'ing)
Shaping with a mold.
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