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one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

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properties attributable to your ancestry

the action of taking out something (especially using effort or force)

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Application of external force, vacuum forceps and breech extraction are other possible causes of UR.
9) * Among the 40 births where method of delivery was recorded, there were 11 spontaneous breech births, 23 assisted breech deliveries, and 6 breech extractions.
For example, an improperly managed labor, an unanticipated difficult breech extraction, or the need for emergent cesarean delivery of the second twin might contribute to the neonatal death rate irrespective of gestational age at delivery.
Obstetricians have to be skillful with accurate techniques of vaginal breech assistance and breech extraction because such techniques are also appropriate to deliver a baby during cesarean section by using the right technique which can facilitate delivery and avoid injuries to the baby, moreover a ready to use uterine relaxing agent should be available in the operating room in order that it can be promptly used when abnormal uterine contraction causing fetal entrapment and prevent unnecessary incisions like inverted T or low midline "classical incision" in a women who needs further pregnancy, as this incisions have its own complications in future pregnancies.
Chaudhury said, "It is safe to deliver a second twin as a breech extraction as long as there is continuous fetal monitoring, sufficient experience of the physician, and adequate ultrasound equipment available.
The reverse breech extraction ("pull" technique) involves pulling the infant out feet first through the uterine incision.
After taking consent for VBAC (Vaginal birth after cesarean section), complete breech extraction was done.
Since the 1980s, an increasing number of studies suggest breech extraction of the nonvertex second twin may not be as risky as previously thought.
If external version fails or membranes rupture, internal podalic version is done under general anaesthesia followed by breech extraction.