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(of newborn infant) showing signs of life after birth

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Trisomy 9 is a rare chromosome disorder in liveborn infants, but accounts for 2.
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis for retinoblastoma: the first reported liveborn.
Down syndrome (DS) is the most common chromosome abnormality among liveborn neonates, occurring in 1 out of nearly every 700 live births.
Sex ratios among Canadian liveborn infants of mothers from different countries.
1] polymorphism with maternal and neonatal parameters was studied in women with gestational diabetes and in women with preexisting type 1 diabetes who had delivered a liveborn infant.
recruited a large sample of non-malformed liveborn infants to estimate consanguinity in various populations of South America (13).
The Queen endured a total of seventeen pregnancies and the book ends in 1700 when the one survivor of her five liveborn children, a son, dies at the age of 11.
The incidence of low birth weight in 5000 liveborn infants and the etiology of fetal risk factors.
Intrauterine growth as estimated from liveborn birth weight data at 24-42 weeks of gestation.
93 per 1000 liveborn infants for the year 2008 (unpublished data, State Health Department, Manaus), and because of the loss-to-follow-up that occurred during outpatient evaluation of child development, which resulted in difficulties in selecting infants between 7 and 12 months of age with a low birthweight.
Each year, globally, approximately 210 million women become pregnant: over 135 million of them deliver liveborn infants.
3 (twin, one liveborn, one stillborn) was assigned, then for the live baby, a code indicating discharge or transfer or neonatal death, and a code indicating multiple must be assigned in the MDC, and a code of Z38.
ICD-9 ranges for each inpatient category defined as: Liveborn Infants According to Type of Birth (V30-V39); Neoplasms (140-239); Congenital Anomalies (740-759) Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System and Connective Tissue (710-739); Diseases of the Respiratory System (460-519); Diseases of the Circulatory System (390-459).