We, therefore, refer to the fourth species of dystocia, viz.
dystocia Pelvica, where the different pelvic anormalities are described.
On the part of the mother this division of dystocia may arise from a faulty condition.
As this subject, however, belongs rather to the next species of dystocia, viz.
This subject, however, belongs rather to the third species of dystocia, to which we must therefore refer.
We propose to consider the different species of dystocia in the order above enumerated.
dystocia dys·to·ci·a (dĭs-tō'sē-ə, -shē-ə, -shə)
A slow or difficult labor or delivery.