- Cervical dystocia
- Difficult labor and delivery caused by mechanical obstruction at the cervix. Dystocia comes from the Greek "dys" meaning "difficult, painful, disordered, abnormal" + "tokos" meaning "birth."
* * *dystocia caused by mechanical obstruction at the ostium uteri.
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