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an·te·na·tal

 (ăn′tē-nāt′l)
adj.
Occurring before birth; prenatal: antenatal diagnostic procedures.

an′te·na′tal·ly adv.
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antenatal

(ˌæntɪˈneɪtəl)
adj
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) occurring or present before birth; during pregnancy
n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) informal Also called: prenatal an examination during pregnancy
ˌanteˈnatally adv
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an•te•na•tal

(ˌæn tiˈneɪt l)

adj.
prenatal: an antenatal clinic.
[1810–20]
an`te•na′tal•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.antenatal - occurring or existing before birthantenatal - occurring or existing before birth; "the prenatal period"; "antenatal care"
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Translations
předporodní
før fødsels-
raskaudenaikainen
antenatalan
出産前の
출생 전의
före födelsen
ก่อนคลอด
tiền sản

antenatal

[ˈæntɪˈneɪtl]
A. ADJprenatal
antenatal exercisesejercicios mpl para mujeres embarazadas
B. N = antenatal examination
C. CPD antenatal care Nasistencia f prenatal
antenatal clinic Nclínica f prenatal
antenatal examination Nreconocimiento m prenatal
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antenatal

[ˌæntiˈneɪtəl] adjprénatal(e)
antenatal class → cours prénatal
antenatal care → soins prénatalsantenatal clinic nservice m de consultation prénatale
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antenatal

adjvor der Geburt, pränatal (form); antenatal care/exercisesSchwangerschaftsfürsorge f/-übungen pl; antenatal clinicSprechstunde ffür Schwangere or für werdende Mütter
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antenatal

[ˈæntɪˈneɪtl] adjprenatale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

antenatal

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
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Ruth has only seen Rebecca a handful of times - twice antenatally and twice postnatally - but they are like old friends as they sit chatting on the sofa.
[1] It is therefore important to identify SGA pregnancies antenatally so that complications and stillbirth risk can be reduced through appropriate monitoring and clinical care.
For mothers who received betamethasone antenatally, the total mean cost was $4,681 per mother-infant pair.
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Tackling ETS exposure antenatally and through childhood is a child health priority.
There are only four antenatally diagnosed WS cases in the literature, and three of them had the characteristic ultrasonographic findings of WS leading to specific testing for definite diagnosis.
Depending on diagnostic criteria and gestation, the prevalence of antenatally detected hydronephrosis (ANH) ranges from 0.6 to 5.4%.
"Had it not been for the wonderful staff who diagnosed Alba antenatally and planned her whole arrival our story could have been very different.
In Pakistan, many patients with these obstetric complications are not diagnosed antenatally because they are either unbooked pregnancies or booked at local maternity clinics due to ignorance and poverty.
When admitted, pregnant suicide attempters should be co-managed holistically by obstetricians, physicians and mental health professionals throughout pregnancy and antenatally. The goal should be the early identification of stressors and the prevention of suicide attempts, thus ensuring viable foetal outcomes and the prevention of negative long-term outcomes, such as child abuse.