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Synonyms for antenatal

occurring or existing before birth

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The aim of the programme was, as the title suggests, to facilitate parent--infant attachment antenatally.
Umbilical cord-blood infections with Plasmodium falciparum malaria are acquired antenatally in Kenya.
Antenatally the differential diagnosis of patent urachus includes pseudo-cyst (degeneration of Wharton's jelly), allantoic cyst , omphalo-mesentric duct cysts, anterior abdominal wall defects, vascular lesions of the umbilical cord and bladder exstrophy.
Antenatally, women are advised by a diabetes educator and a dietitian on the importance of healthy eating and physical exercise.
Incidental vesi-coureteral reflux in neonates with antenatally detected hydronephrosis and other renal abnormalities.
Hence, results were available for 8 women antenatally and 12 women at 1 month after delivery.
The obstetric registrar was entitled to expect that a certain amount of information would be given antenatally 'when the environment was more conducive to discussion'.
Approximately 30% of cases occur postpartum and in these cases, only 80% will have been diagnosed as pre-eclampsia antenatally (3).
They added: '"As a result of your comments we will ensure that everyone seen by a Women's Health physiotherapist at our Trust for ongoing pelvic girdle problems does have a full assessment, either antenatally or postnatally if the initial advice and exercises have not resolved the problem.
Fetal intracranial hemorrhage (fetal stroke): Report of four antenatally diagnosed cases and review of the literature.
This cohort may represent women who were depressed antenatally and continued to have antenatal depression into the postpartum period," she said.
The review of midwife-led care covered midwives providing care antenatally, during labour and postnatally.
Management of antenatally detected fetal airway obstruction.
Similar concordances are found when mothers are assessed antenatally and the child at three months (Fonagy et al, 1991) and later at 12-18 months of age (Steele et al, 1996).
I'd attended the only session on breast-feeding offered antenatally at my local hospital and been surprised at the negative attitudes of many of the other mums-to-be.