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6/7/23

Active and Passive Uterus Segments - Medical Animation

 

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Active and Passive Uterus Segments - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation shows the two functional segments of the uterus during normal vaginal labor. During active labor, your uterus is divided into an active segment that contracts, pushing the baby downward, and a flexible passive segment that remains relaxed, stretching to provide more room for the baby to pass through.

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