Lithotomic


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Lith`o`tom´ic


a.1.Pertaining to, or performed by, lithotomy.
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Objective: In many European countries, childbirth still includes a variety of routine medical interventions, such as labour-inducing drugs, the lithotomic position, epidurals, manoeuvres, episiotomy and an excess of surgical deliveries.
Patient was placed in lithotomic position; cervix was visualized with speculum and a balloon catheter was inserted slowly.
All the subjects were examined in the dorsal lithotomic position with an empty bladder.