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fe·tal

 (fēt′l)
adj.
Of, relating to, characteristic of, or being a fetus.

fetal

(ˈfiːtəl) or

foetal

adj
(Anatomy) of, relating to, or resembling a fetus

fe•tal

(ˈfit l)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or having the character of a fetus.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fetal - of or relating to a fetus; "fetal development"
Translations
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foetus

(American) fetus (ˈfiːtəs) noun
a young human being, animal, bird etc in the early stages of development before it is born or hatched.
ˈfoetal , (American) ˈfetal adjective
of a foetus. in a foetal position.

fe·tal

a. fetal, rel. al feto;
___ alcohol syndromesíndrome alcohólico ___;
___ aspiration syndromesíndrome de aspiración ___;
___ circulationcirculación ___;
___ deathmuerte ___;
___ drug syndromesíndrome ___ del abuso de droga;
___ dystociadistocia ___;
___ growth retardationretardo del crecimiento ___;
___ heart tonelatido del corazón ___;
___ hydropshidropesía ___;
___ maturity, chronologicedad gestacional;
___ medicinemedicina ___;
___ membranemembrana ___;
___ monitoringmonitorización ___;
___ placentaplacenta ___;
___ pulse oximeteroxímetro de pulso ___;
___ transfusiontransfusión de sangre in utero;
___ viabilityviabilidad ___;
___ wastagedesperdicio ___.

fetal

adj fetal
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Induction of labour by vaginal misoprostol for intrauterine fetal death.
In recent years fetal death has become an increasingly well-known subject through successive reports in publications about its scale, and its invisibility, creating pressures from many countries in the WHO for recognition and monitoring of these deaths (1).
In one case of non-IUGR with fetal death, there was bilateral renal agenesis.
However, lower-income residents, especially those from minority groups, are more likely to be hospitalized for asthma, hypertension, heart disease, and diabetes, and to experience infertility, preterm birth, and fetal death.
High risk of unexpected late fetal death in monochorionic twins despite intensive ultrasound surveillance: a cohort study.
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Objective: To find out common risk factors in patients with intra-uterine fetal death.
Tenders are invited for seeking assistance with determining a solution to current challenges with our vital records systems; specifically, replacing the death and fetal death records management/issuance system(s), integrating death and fetal death systems with the birth system, and updating the birth records management/issuance system as needed.
My question: "What is the time interval from the moment of fetal death and loss of fetal electrical activity until the fetus becomes an effective conduit for the conduction of the maternal cardiac signal?
Zika can cause fetal death and severe brain defects in the children of women infected during pregnancy.
According to definition by Noakes (1986) if fetal fluids are reabsorbed after fetal death with persistent Corpus Luteum and retained fetus mass in uterus, it is termed as fetal mummification.
html) reportedly published in the New England Journal of Medicine Friday, found complications that included fetal death, calcification of the brain, fetal growth restriction and central nervous system damage, including potential blindness.