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Cardinal points

Cardinal points
The four points in the pelvic inlet toward one of which the occiput of the baby is usually directed in case of head presentation: two sacroiliac articulations and the two iliopectineal eminences corresponding to the acetabula, six points of a compound optical system: the anterior focal point, the posterior focal point, the two principal points, and the two nodal points.


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