postmenstrual


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post·men·stru·al

 (pōst-mĕn′stro͞o-əl)
adj.
Of or occurring in the time following menstruation.

postmenstrual

(ˌpəʊstˈmɛnstrʊəl)
adj
(Medicine) occurring after menstruation
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The study focused on 1,019 infants born at 23-27 weeks' gestation who survived to 36 weeks' postmenstrual age, said Dr.
Recent studies have reported that the role of VEGF in the early angiogenic processes is associated with postmenstrual regeneration of the endometrium (20).
Lipiodol hysterosalpingography is contraindicated in pregnancy, acute pelvic inflammatory disease, marked cervical erosion, endocervicitis and intrauterine bleeding, in the immediate pre-or postmenstrual phase, or within 30 days of curettage or conization.
After delivery, infants of these mothers were recruited for the study, which included clinical examinations and sample collection at child's age of 1- 3 days (D1-3), 7 days (D7), and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 months (M1-M6), and finally at the corrected age of 14 months [M14; 14 months from the expected date of delivery, approximately 100 weeks of postmenstrual (PM) age, where PM age was defined as sum of gestational age at birth plus postnatal age at examination to signify the "true" biological age of the infant].
Because preterm infants are exposed to face-to-face interactions earlier (in terms of postmenstrual age) than infants who are born at term, they may become sensitive to gaze direction sooner as well," the researchers explain.
We did not assess the role of head growth in the development of stage 3 ROP at the postmenstrual age of 31 weeks, (14) because this measurement was inadequately recorded in our study population.
Precautions include postmenstrual copulation initiated by the husband and enhanced vigilance by his family," he said.
Faz 1 dogum ile postmenstrual 32-34'uncu gestasyonel haftalarda gorulur.
Studies say that women often prefer the odour of men with good parenting skills in the ' fertile period' or the postmenstrual phase," says Dr Misra.
Postmenopausal women who receive cyclic HRT should where possible be scanned during the postmenstrual phase of their artificial cycle.
Four complications of prematurity were also included: BPD, defined as the need for supplemental oxygen support at 36 weeks postmenstrual age (Sherman et al.