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pre·na·tal

 (prē-nāt′l)
adj.
Existing or occurring before birth: prenatal medical care.

pre·na′tal·ly adv.

prenatal

(priːˈneɪtəl)
adj
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) occurring or present before birth; during pregnancy
n
(Medicine) informal a prenatal examination
Also called: antenatal
preˈnatally adv

pre•na•tal

(priˈneɪt l)

adj.
previous to birth or to giving birth; antenatal: prenatal care for mothers.
[1820–30]
pre•na′tal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.prenatal - occurring or existing before birthprenatal - occurring or existing before birth; "the prenatal period"; "antenatal care"
perinatal - occurring during the period around birth (5 months before and 1 month after); "perinatal mortality"; "perinatal care"
postnatal, postpartum - occurring immediately after birth; "postnatal development"
Translations
předporodní
før fødsels-
prenataaliprenataalinenraskaudenaikainen
antenatalan
出産前の
출생 전의
före födelsen
ก่อนคลอด
tiền sản

prenatal

[ˈpriːˈneɪtl] ADJprenatal

prenatal

[ˌpriːˈneɪtəl] adj [class] → prénatal(e)
prenatal care → les soins prénatals

prenatal

adjpränatal, vor der Geburt

prenatal

[ˌpriːˈneɪtl] adjprenatale

prenatal

نِسْبَةً إِلى ما قَبْل الوِلادَة předporodní før fødsels- pränatal προγεννητικός prenatal raskaudenaikainen prénatal antenatalan prenatale 出産前の 출생 전의 prenataal under svangerskapet przedporodowy pré-natal дородовый före födelsen ก่อนคลอด doğum öncesi tiền sản 出生前的

pre·na·tal

a. prenatal, anterior al nacimiento;
___ carecuidado ___.

prenatal

adj prenatal
References in periodicals archive ?
Prenatal loss (the number of implants minus the number of viable pups at PND0), neonatal loss (the number of pups viable on PND0 but not on PND6), and perinatal loss (the number of implants minus the number of live pups on PND6) were analyzed as percentages of the number of implants (prenatal and perinatal loss) or the number of live pups at PND0 (neonatal loss).
In a study of 13,133 women who gave birth in the early 1990s in southwest England and 21% had experienced miscarriages or stillbirths, "previous prenatal loss showed a persisting prediction of depressive and anxiety symptoms well after what would conventionally be defined as the postnatal period," reported Emma Robertson Blackmore, Ph.
Altered sperm-transit constrains the process of fertilization of the oocyte, leading to post-ovulatory overripeness ovopathy (PoOO), which leads to defective implantation in animals, transitory retardation in the rate of development, and increased prenatal loss (12,13).