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live birth

n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) the birth of a living child. Compare stillbirth
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Noun1.live birth - the birth of a living fetus (regardless of the length of gestation)
nascence, nascency, nativity, birth - the event of being born; "they celebrated the birth of their first child"
blessed event, happy event - the live birth of a child
spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, miscarriage - a natural loss of the products of conception
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Previously, there have been 10 other uterus transplants from deceased donors attempted in the USA, Czech Republic and Turkey, but this is the first to result in a livebirth. The first childbirth following uterine transplantation from living donors occurred in Sweden in September 2013 and were also published in The Lancet.
From the remaining 407 pregnancies known to have ended in livebirth (s), 46 families dropped out after delivery (includes 1 set of twins), leaving 361 (87%), which included 6 sets of twins.
The distribution of chromosomal genotypes associated with Turner's syndrome: livebirth prevalence rates and evidence for diminished fetal mortality and severity in genotypes associated with structural X abnormalities or mosaicism.
Clinical pregnancy was more likely among women with sufficient preconception 25-hydroxyvitamin D (adjusted risk ratio [RR], 1.10) and livebirth (adjusted RR, 1.15) versus women with insufficient concentrations.
Livebirth after orthotopic transplantation of cryop-reserved ovarian tissue.
These also explain the higher biochemical, and clinical pregnancy rate in postovulatory IUI but not livebirth rate.
(13) Another large double-blinded, placebo-controlled, multicenter trial by Cantineau et al in 2011 proved that GnRH antagonist addition does not increase livebirth rate in gonadotropin-stimulated IUI cycles.
Warburton, "The distribution of chromosomal genotypes associated with Turner's syndrome: livebirth prevalence rates and evidence for diminished fetal mortality and severity in genotypes associated with structural X abnormalities or mosaicism," Human Genetics, vol.
Infertility, defined as the inability to achieve a desired livebirth after 1 year of unprotected and regular sexual intercourse, concerns 10-15% of couples [1-3] or more [4].
Congenital Heart Disease: Prevalence at Livebirth. The Baltimore-Washington Infant Study.