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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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Molecular testing to determine the Rh status of the fetus can also prevent unnecessary administration of antenatal RhIg (Rh immunoglobulin) at 28 weeks of gestation.
If one holds that the fetus in the early stages of pregnancy is not a human person precisely because it is only a potential human person, then it makes sense to deny that abortion and voluntary homicide are morally equivalent.
fetus with markers of reptile origin was reported in 2004 (9).
The Emergency Section there informed us of an Asian woman bleeding after giving birth to a seven-month-old fetus.
Moreover, yawning has an important role to assess whether a growing fetus normally develops.
Dr Zaheer Abbasi confirmed to the media that a complete fetus of human baby was removed from her stomach.
Serological response induced by whole--cell vaccines against Campylobacter fetus administered to 169 beef virgin bulls, aged from 12 to 24 months, was evaluated.
It helps with the natural progression of the OP fetus almost all the time," Dr.
To misrepresent what was done with the fetus, all of which was contrary to the Wadleys' intentions, (according to a nurse employed by the hospital) was among the most egregious and shameful conduct imaginable.
THE 9-MONTH PICTURE In the first few days of pregnancy, some cells split from the fetus to form the placenta, the interface between mother and fetus.
The biggest concern was in the pregnant women because of the exposure of the fetus, and then a few weeks after birth, babies who are nursing,'' said Richard Johnston, who led a National Academy of Sciences study released in 2005.
It was believed that the mother's action during the pregnancy would influence the fetus (xiaohua-simulative transformation), so it was vital for the pregnant woman to be careful in what she saw, ate, heard and said, and it required her to be ritually correct.