fetus


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Synonyms for fetus

an unborn or unhatched vertebrate in the later stages of development showing the main recognizable features of the mature animal

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Approximately 16% of Rh negative mothers who carry an Rh positive fetus may produce anti-D, (1) a potent antibody that can cross the placenta and cause massive hemolysis of the baby's red blood cells.
The church's opposition to abortion is based on a position called "immediate hominization," which means that the fetus is a human person worthy of moral respect from the "moment" of conception.
He said that their findings suggest that traditional toxicological studies likely underestimate actual human exposure and show, unequivocally, that biologically active BPA passes from the mother to the fetus.
fetus was isolated from feces of a reptile, a Florida box turtle (Terrapene Carolina bauri) that was kept as a pet (6).
According to a senior officer, it took the police around two hours to lift the corpse of the seven-month-old fetus from the woman's residence in the Free Zone.
Scientists have captured the images of the fetus in motion by 4D ultrasound.
Doctors on Saturday found a fetus when they carried out a surgery on a 2-month old girl in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Hospital, medical officials said on Saturday.
fetus y sus subspecies: vacunas A (n= 84), B (n=19) y C (n=58) (suspension de C.
In a small prospective trial, 61 women with fetuses in the OP position in the second stage of labor in 2003-2004 were managed expectantly if seen during an initial time period in the study or with a trial of digital rotation of the fetus during the second part of the study.
Stone informed the Wadleys that the fetus Wendy was carrying had expired at about 15 weeks gestation.
By looking for bits of mRNA in a mother's blood, scientists are learning what genes a fetus expresses as it grows and develops.
The science is complicated by the fact that perchlorate could have little effect on a healthy adult man, but a permanently damaging effect on a fetus or infant's IQ level.
Kinney includes the embryos because of the Han concept of fetus education.
While abortion advocates often cry that any such proposal will 'turn back the clock' on abortion rights, a law that addresses the competing rights of the fetus would, in fact, turn the scientific clock forward.
A sperm's sole purpose in life is to penetrate an egg, which can then grow from a group of cells into a viable fetus.