post-natal

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Translations

post-natal

[ˈpəʊstˈneɪtl]
A. ADJpostnatal, pos(t)parto
B. CPD post-natal depression Ndepresión f pos(t)parto

post-natal

(pəusˈneitl) adjective
concerned with, or happening, in the period after birth.
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Ruth has only seen Rebecca a handful of times -- twice ante-natally and twice post-natally -- but they are like old friends as they sit chatting on the sofa.
In the SMG, the levels of TGF-[alpha] are maximum immediately after birth (during early post-natal development) and decline post-natally by 10th week (Mogi et al., 1995).
I worked with amazing trainer Jane Wake who is an expert in working with mum post-natally.
It is concluded that salivary glands pass through pre-natal development that involves pre-bud, initial bud, pseudo-glandular, canalicular and terminal bud stages and becomes fully functional post-natally. Molecules such as FGF, Shh, Eda, Edar, EGF, TNF, alpha-6 integrin play important role during their development.
Methods: We investigated the effect of virgin coconut oil post-natally and until 6 weeks old in mice (age of maturity).
In a constitutional laboratory, FISH screening may be carried out pre- or post-natally to identify a wide range of syndromes or conditions.
Many newborns suffer from congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction, post-natally there is a high tendency of spontaneous resolution within the first 10 months of life.
that holds that a fetus is a person within the meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment." (6) Relying on other uses of the word "person" in the Constitution, including the qualifications for congressional representatives and the President, the Court concluded that "the use of the word is such that it has application only post-natally." (7) Thus, there could be no "assurance[] that it has any possible pre-natal application." (8) Relying on the notion that "throughout the major portion of the nineteenth century, prevailing legal abortion practices were far freer than they are today," the Court concluded "that the word 'person,' as used in the Fourteenth Amendment, does not include the unborn." (9)
This is in agreement with the study conducted by Mohamed et al., who reported increase in the diameter of PCTs of male albino rats exposed to lead acetate both pre- as well as post-natally.14 One of the reasons for increase in the diameter of PCTs may be the loss of brush border due to oxidative stress produced by lead.
No parotid glands expressed BPIFA1 but this is in keeping with the expression pattern seen post-natally. Thirty-three minor salivary glands were examined and of these nine (27%) were positive for BPIFA1, all from the terminal bud morphodifferentiation stage.
Home Visiting By Community Mothers Continues Post-Natally And Is Complemented By Additional, Localised Supports Such As Infant Massage Classes (To Encourage Attachment), Weaning Clinics, Parenting Programmes And Tag-On Clinics To Developmental Clinics.
However, the report did say that despite the findings, survey data collected post-natally from 500 women who used the services at all three sites during the past year (since the changes) have shown overwhelmingly positive responses.