postmenstrual


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post·men·stru·al

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

(ˌpəʊstˈmɛnstrʊəl)
adj
(Medicine) occurring after menstruation
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Growth failure in these infants was defined as weight less than the third percentile on sex-specific growth charts at 40 weeks of postmenstrual age (birth gestational age plus chronological age).
The 2002 recommendation of the American Academy of Neurology is that screening ultrasound scans should be performed at 7-14 days of age and ideally repeated at 36-40 weeks postmenstrual age, as severe grades of IVH can develop as late as the third postnatal week.
The menstruation is the physical sign that helps to distinguish the subjects into pre- and postmenstrual groups.
Neonatal services provide care for all babies less than 44 weeks postmenstrual age that require ongoing medical care.
MRI examinations were performed at approximately TEA, preferably between the 40- and 44-week postmenstrual ages (PMA, i.e., TEA-MRI).
Khanna and Pandhi19 noticed a mean reduction in the noninflammatory and inflammatory lesion count during the postmenstrual period.
Systematic Review of Premenstrual, Postmenstrual and Infertility Disorders of Vitex Agnus Castus.
Cord blood samples and venous blood samples were obtained at birth and at one, seven, 14, and 28 days after birth, and at postmenstrual age (PMA) of 32, 36, and 40 weeks.
[4] Vaswani and Pandhi (1991) found a significant decrease in the inflammatory and non-inflammatory lesions in the postmenstrual phase.
have described and validated a test to help classify BPD based on a standardized physiology-based protocol of oxygen wean at 36 weeks' postmenstrual age (PMA) [17,18].