gravid uterus

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grav·id u·ter·us

n. útero grávido, condición del útero durante el embarazo.
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Joseph Asherman defined Asherman's syndrome in 1948 as a case of severe intrauterine adhesions secondary to trauma to gravid uterus.
The Anatomy of the Human Gravid Uterus by William Hunter, 1774
Decreased functional residual capacity due to upward displacement of the diaphragm by the gravid uterus
It is recommended that a radiation shield be applied over the gravid uterus for these examinations.
The use of an obstetric wedge to provide appropriate lateral tilt of the gravid uterus in all cases.
The enlarging gravid uterus complicates the physical examination.
They created models of the gravid uterus for Bologna's first school of obstetrics, receiving commissions by university professors, medical practitioners and collectors alike.
In the case of her cesarean section, the ovary was pushed high in the upper abdomen by the gravid uterus and was missed by the operating surgeon.
Systemic hypertension is common, and significant swings in blood pressure are thought to result from compression of the abdominal aorta by the gravid uterus in the supine position.
A diagnosis of appendicitis can all too easily be delayed because of the displacement of the appendix by the gravid uterus and the normal physiological leukocytosis of pregnancy.