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mentotransverse position

[ mĕn′tō-trănz-vûrs, -trăns-, -trănzvûrs′, -trăns- ]
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n.
A cephalic presentation of the fetus with the chin pointing to either the right or left iliac fossa of the mother's pelvis.
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