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The others include complete breech, in which the baby's legs are crossed under and in front of the body, and footling breech, in which one leg or both legs are positioned to enter the birth canal.
An incomplete breech, also known as a footling breech, presents with one or both legs down so that the feet drop into the birth canal at delivery.
Incomplete breech-Also called a footling breech, in this position the baby has one or both feet down towards the pelvis so that his leg(s) are poised to deliver first.