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Synonyms for fetal

of or relating to a fetus


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It stated clearly in the report that if this practice not done then the local communities situated in 28 kilometers area around the plant would directly affect of fetal diseases like skin cancer, asthma and others diseases.
This offers the advantage to manage maternal and fetal disease independently based on their individual severities.
Fetal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, reproductive medicine, and other specialists from Europe, North America, Australia, and Hong Kong consider aspects of transplacental therapy and both ultrasound and fetoscopic-directed interventions to treat fetal disease.
More than 50 different red-cell antigens are associated with hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn (HDFN), but most cases of severe fetal disease are caused by anti-RhD, anti-RhC, and anti-Kell (K1) (1).
Manufacturers, diagnostic laboratories, regulatory agencies, and public health authorities involved in providing or regulating prenatal screening services to evaluate pregnancies and risks of fetal disease will benefit from the use of I/LA25, which serves as a learning tool across multiple disciplines.
Severe fetal disease due to these atypical antibodies is rare.
Since there is no risk to the mother's life, the diagnosis of fetal disease may be inaccurate, and early induction cannot help the fetus with 'lethal fetal anomaly.
An infectious disease that, if it occurs congenitally, can cause severe fetal disease.