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Transverse lie "case study"
On Wikiversity a teaching "case study" is being written about a woman
whose baby was transverse at 39 weeks. The final conclusion was that
the woman had a small ovarian tumor. The case study operates from a
series of assumptions, including that the tumor caused the transverse
lie and therefore the tumor was obstructing the birth canal and thus
a C-section was necessary.
Please take a look and give feedback. Are the assumptions reasonable?
What do you think should have happened at each step in the management
of this woman's pregnancy "complication"? Wikiversity is a wiki, so
you can edit the case study yourself. Feel free. Here is the URL:
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