What is the definition of dystocia?
Difficult parturition to the point of needing human intervention
After birth, the bony orbits and eyes grow. If they are not the same size/shape, there can be assymmetries [differences in the two sides of the head]. Simply, dystocia is a misplacement of an eye, usually to high or too low. The brain may have problems in recognizing the difference, especially if it is changing. This can lead to double-vision, amblyopia, or dizziness. Dystocia is usually a birth defect. Dystocia in adults can be due…
shoulder dystocia? picture a fetus that is big around the upper thorax. the head is big enough to pass thru the birth canal but then gets hung up. the anterior shoulder is stuck behind the simphysis and you have to put posterior pressure with your fingers or fist to disloge it for the delivery to progress