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The ratio of the total body weight and size anatomical circles in terms of determining the tactics of delivery pregnant women with breech 

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2015.6(102):114–115 
 

The ratio of the total body weight and size anatomical circles in terms of determining the tactics of delivery pregnant women with breech 
 

Sokolovskaya I. S.

Zaporozhzhia medical Academy of postgraduate education 
 

The weight of the fetus is an important measure to solve the problem of delivery in breech presentation. The purpose of the study was to determine the correspondence between the weight of the fetus and the size of the other indicators. It has been established that there is no-one correspondence between the weight and size of the fetus other factors that are important in terms of making a decision on the appointment of cesarean section. 
 

Key words: breech presentation, fetal weight, the mathematical model. 
 

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