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fetus

noun baby, embryo, genesis, immature stage, life, origination, seed, source, starting point, unborn young
See also: embryo
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The Doppler ultrasound fetal heart rate monitor used in this study is robust, easy to use and independent of replaceable batteries as power is generated by manual winding.
Twenty-five percent of women had had at least one miscarriage or stillbirth; these fetal losses were more prevalent among women who had been exposed to spousal violence than among those who had not (29% vs.
Electronic fetal heart rate monitoring during labour: Information from randomized trials.
I discovered fetal surgery in 1991, as a first-year graduate student in sociology at UCSF.
Human fetal tissue transplant research began decades ago.
Philanthropy and support from the community have been a game changer for us; we have the staff, resources and now the facility to take the Midwest Fetal Care Center to the next level," said Brad Feltis, MD, PhD, surgical director, Midwest Fetal Care Center.
This fetal bovine serum market report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
Previous publications speculated that nucleases in the plasma, liver (9), and kidneys (13-15) might be involved in the clearance of fetal DNA.
Classifications for fetal heart rate patterns were developed 4 years ago in an effort to bring more clarity and meaning to the interpretation of fetal heart rate tracings.
Debates over criminal liability for fetal endangerment encompassed several issues.
The fetal allograft is exposed to the maternal immune system at the placenta and fetal membranes (the amnion and chorion), collectively described as the maternal-fetal interface.
Both amniocentesis and another procedure called chorionic villus sampling, in which doctors pluck bits of the placenta, isolate fetal cells that can reveal many genetic problems in an unborn baby with near certainty.