extrauterine pregnancy

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One woman had 3 miscarriages and an extrauterine pregnancy, 1 experienced preterm delivery, 1 had a single fetal death with a surviving co-twin, and 1 delivered a small-for-gestational-age baby.
Three cases (60%) showed deep myometrial invasion (> 50% depth of invasion) and 1 (20%) had extrauterine metastasis.
Expression of interferon (IFN)-stimulated genes in extrauterine tissues during early pregnancy in sheep is the consequence of endocrine IFN-T release from the uterine vein.
Clinically, the dilation of the newborn pulmonary vasculature serves to normalize extrauterine circulatory patterns and facilitates the closure of intrauterine shunts.
For example, a valuable biomarker could distinguish between an intrauterine and an extrauterine (ectopic) pregnancy.
Immaturity of the skin during the newborn period, that represents an adaptation process to the extrauterine life, gives rise to experience frequent dermatologic problems including the iatrogenic cutaneous complications.
A prepartum injury can be diagnosed when fibrillations are present during the first day of extrauterine life and the duration of labor is less than 24 hours, or when large motor unit potentials or nascent motor unit potentials are present during the first 10 days of life.
Effects of intrauterine and extrauterine exposure to GSM-like radiofrequency on distortion product otoacoustic emissions in infant male rabbits.
How quickly we adapt to extrauterine life often determines how quick we are the rest of our lives.
Another was at risk of an extrauterine pregnancy while the third was recovering from cancer and feared a relapse.
In most newborn infants a low blood glucose level is associated with the adaptation to extrauterine life, but in the event of persistent hypoglycaemia, endocrine and metabolic disorders have to be ruled out.
The cardiovascular system in cooperation with other organ systems also supports the adaptation to extrauterine life.
Sonographic assessments optimal for diagnosis are enhanced if the technician and interpreter of images are familiar with acoustic patterns associated with an extrauterine pregnancy.
3% of extrauterine pregnancies occur in the fallopian tube, 79.
3) The role of extrauterine and environmental factors is unknown.