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    • FETAL SKULLAND FETALCIRCULATION
    • FETAL SKULLFetal skull is compressible, and made mainly of thin pliable tabular(flat) bones forming the vault.AREAS OF SKULL VERTEX BROW FACE
    •  VERTEX: It is a quadrangular area bounded anteriorly by the bregma and coronal suture behind by the lambda and lambdoidal sutures and laterally by lines passing thru the parietal eminences. BROW :It is an area bounded on one side by the anterior fontanelle and coronal sutures and on the other side by the root of the nose and supra-orbital ridges of either side.
    •  FACE: It is the area bounded by the root of the nose and supra- orbital ridges and on the other, by the junction of the floor of the mouth with neck.
    • SINCIPUT: is the area lying in front of the anterior fontanelle and corresponds to the area of brow.OCCIPUT: is the area limited to the occipital bone.
    • SUTURESFlat bones of the vault are united together by the non-osssified membranes attached to the margins of the bones. These are called sutures.THE SAGGITAL SUTURE: lies b/w two parietal bones.THE CORONAL SUTURES :run b/w parietal and frontal bones on either sides.
    • Cont…THE FRONTAL SUTURE : lies b/w two frontal bones.THE LAMBDOIDAL SUTURES : separate the occiput bone and two parietal bones.
    • IMPORTANCE It permits gliding movement of one bone over the other during moulding of the head. Digital palpations of sagittal suture during internal examination in labour gives an idea of the manner of engagement of the head, degree of internal rotation of the head and degree of moulding of the head.
    • FONTANELLESWide gap in the suture line is called fontanelle.Two obstetrical significance fontanelle are: ANTERIOR FONTANELLE: Formed by joining four sutures in midplane. Anteriorly frontal. Posteriorly saggital. On either side coronal suture.
    •  Diamond like shape. Floor is made by a membrane. Ossified at 18mth after birth.
    • IMPORTANCE Its palpation thru internal examination denotes the degree of flexion of the head. It facilitates the moulding of the head. It helps in accomodating the marked brain growth. Palpation reflects intracranial status.
    •  POSTERIOR FONTANELLE: Formed by junction of three sutures. Saggital suture anteriorly. Lambdoidal suture on either side.
    •  Triangular in shape. Measures about 1.2 1.2cm. Its floor is membranous but become bony at 3mth.
    • IMPORTANCE It denotes the position of the head in relation to maternal pelvic.
    • DIAMETERS OF SKULL
    • DIAMETERS ATTITUDE OF THE HEAD PRESENTATIONSUBOCCIPITO-BREGMATIC: 9.5cm COMPLETE FLEXION VERTEXextends from nape of neck tocentre of bregma.SUBOCCIPITO-FRONTAL : 10cm INCOMPLETE FLEXION VERTEXextends from nape of neck tocentre of sinciput.OCCIPITO-FRONTAL:11.5cm MARKED DEFLEXION VERTEXextends from the occipitaleminence to the root of the nose.MENTO -VERTICAL:14cm PARTIAL EXTENSION BROWextends from the mid point of chinto the highest pt. on the saggitalsuture.SUBMENTO-VERTICAL: 11.5CM INCOMPLETE FLEXION FACEextends from junction of floor ofmouth and neck to the highest pt.on saggital suture.SUBMENTO-BREGMATIC: 9.5CM COMPLETE FLEXION FACEextends from junction of floor ofmouth and neck to centre ofbregma.
    • TRANSEVERSE DIAMETERS BIPARIETAL DIAMETER:9.5cm extends b/w two parietal eminences. SUPER-SUBPARIETAL:8.5cm extends from a point placed below one parietal eminence to a pt. placed above the other parietal eminence of the opposite side. BI-TEMPORAL:8cm dist. b/w antero- inferior ends of the coronal suture.
    •  BI-MASTOID: 7.5cm dist. b/w tips of the mastoid process.MOULDING:It is the alteration of the shape of the forecoming head while passing thru the resistant birth passage during labour.IMPORTANCE: Enables head to pass more easily, thru the birth canal. Shape of the moulding can be an useful information about the position of head occupied in the pelvis.
    • Structures in fetalcirculation Umbilical vein carries Oxygen & nutrients to fetus. 2 umbilical arteries carry deoxygenate blood and waste product from the fetus. Ductus venosus from shunts blood from umbilical vein to inf. Vena cava, bypassing the liver and the organs of digestion.
    •  Foramen ovale shunts blood from rt. Atrium to left atrium. Ductus arterioses- Shunts blood from pulmonary artery to aorta bypassing lungs.
    • FETAL CIRCULATIONUmblical vein carry 80% oxygenated blood from placenta. entersFetus at umblicus & run along the falciform ligament of liver. thenBranches to left lobe of liver & receives deoxygenated blood from portal vein.
    • More oxygenated blood, mixed with some portal blood, short circuits liver thru ductus venosus. enters Inferior vena cava. ( mean co is inc. in fetus) Rt. Atrium of heart.(Superior+inferior Vena cava) 25% of blood pass 75% of bl ood pass thruThru tricuspid valve . foraman ovale.
    • Into rt. Ventricle. Into lt.atrium (blood mixes with venous blood Pul. trunk returning from lungs thru pul. vein)(resist in pul.Artery is high.So main portionOf blood) thru mitral openingpass through ductus artriosus lt. ventricle
    • to ventricular systoleDescending aorta Blood pumped into ascending aorta and arch of aorta and distribute to,head, neck, brain arms and heart by pass (lungs)leaves the body by the Way of2 umbical arteres reachPlacenta (ready for recirculation)
    • CHANGES OF THE FETALCIRCULATION AT BIRTH  CLOSURE OF UMBILICAL ARTERIES: Obliteration takes place about 2-3 mths. The distal parts from the lateral umbilical ligaments and the proximal parts remain open as superior vesical arteries.  CLOSURE OF UMBILICAL VEIN: The Obliteration occurs a little later than the arteries. After obliteration, the umbilical vein from the ligamentum teres and the ductus venosus become ligament venosum.
    •  CLOSURE OF THE DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS: Functional closure of the ductus may occur soon after the establishment of pul. circulation, the anatomical obliteration takes about 1-3mths and becomes ligamentum arteriosum. CLOSURE OF THE FORAMEN OVALE: Functional closure occurs soon after birth but anatomical closure occurs in about 1yr. (After birth CO is 500ml/min. and heart rate varies from 120-140 /min.)
    • RECAPTULIZATION Posterior fontanelle is of…………….. Shape. Anterior fontanelle formed by joining ………., ……….and……….. Sutures. Occipito-frontal is ………..cm. Longest diameter is………… and of ………cm. Saggital suture lies b/w ………… bones. …………. carries Oxygen & nutrients to fetus.
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY Dutta D.C. Textbook of obstetrics 6th edition central publishers.page-83-94,42-44. www.blurtit.com/q328911. www.tripdatabase.com/doc/226448 www.purposegames.com/game/fetal-skull- fontanelles.