extrauterine pregnancy

NOUN
  1. pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus
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  • Sonographic evaluation at presentation can usually differentiate between intrauterine and extrauterine pregnancy and offer some prognostic clues.
  • Sonographic evaluation at presentation can usually differentiate between intrauterine and extrauterine pregnancy and offer some prognostic clues.
  • They reveal that the problem is that an extrauterine pregnancy is causing her to bleed out. grey’s anatomy recap report : losing control (season 2, episode 3) | Seattle Metblogs
  • In case of extrauterine pregnancy, no intervention is morally licit which constitutes a direct abortion. The Overreach of Abortion Bans
  • An extrauterine pregnancy will be visualized in only 16 to 32 percent of cases, thus a pelvic ultrasound showing "no intrauterine or extrauterine gestation" does not exclude the diagnosis of EP.
  • Kimura, 2.25 quoted by Whitney, speaks of a case of extrauterine pregnancy in a Japanese woman of forty-one similar to the foregoing, in which an arm protruded through the abdominal wall above the umbilicus and the remains of a fetus were removed through the aperture. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • The Catholic Ethical and Religious Directives only authorize an "indirect" termination of an "extrauterine pregnancy", i.e., the surgical removal of the fallopian tube, even though a drug exists that can flush the pregnancy out of the tube, preserving the organ and the woman's ability to conceive in the future. Angela Bonavoglia: ACLU Demands Religiously Owned Hospitals Provide Emergency Reproductive Health Care
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