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Section Title: Embryology SummaryLearning Outcome: 28.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 11) Pharyngeal pouch V is sometimes absent. Section Title: Embryology SummaryLearning Outcome: 28.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 12) Pharyngeal arch IV is also called the hyoid arch. Section Title: Embryology SummaryLearning Outcome: 28.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 13) The embryonic heart begins pumping and circulating blood during the sixth week of development. Section Title: Embryology SummaryLearning Outcome: 28.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 14) Pharyngeal arch I is also called the mandibular arch. Section Title: Embryology SummaryLearning Outcome: 28.3 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
28.4 Essay Questions 1) If a woman in the early stages of labor complains that she feels extremely great pressure on her lower back, as if a bowling ball was pushing against her spine, and she is making little progress in dilation of the cervix, what might the problem be? Section Title: Labor and DeliveryLearning Outcome: 28.11Bloom's Taxonomy: Application 2) If a fetus in a non-vertex position is not progressing toward birth, what measures might be taken to ensure a more rapid delivery? Section Title: Labor and DeliveryLearning Outcome: 28.11Bloom's Taxonomy: Application 3) What might be done to the mother to widen the opening of the birth canal? Section Title: Labor and DeliveryLearning Outcome: 28.11Bloom's Taxonomy: Application4) Why is it important to provide a thorough physical examination of each newborn infant immediately after birth?

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