[ US /ˈfitəɫ/ ]
  1. of or relating to a fetus
    fetal development
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How To Use fetal In A Sentence

  • But physical discomforts during the third trimester, such as heartburn, leg cramps, fetal movement, shortness of breath and sinus congestion, can again interfere with sleep.
  • Beyond the point of Fetal viability it becomes illegal except in extreme circumstances.
  • This involves the prevailing sense of disregard for life at the fetal stage on the part of legislators.
  • A flat or smooth philtrum can present in persons with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
  • Marti was scheduled to return for another attempt to drain the fluid when her perinatologist told her she had made an appointment for Marti at Children's Hospital's Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment. TTTS — Dicus
  • Thus the perinatal mortality ratio is the sum of the late fetal death ratio and the under-7-day mortality rate.
  • Many problems that occur during fetal development cause asymmetry in the resulting organism.
  • Method We have performed the testicular transplantation to cure 6 patients suffered from hypogonadism with the fetal testis as donor.
  • Treatment of diabetic wounds with fetal murine mesenchymal stromal cells enhances wound closure. CHOP scarless fetal wound healing publications
  • Fetal exposures to this proliferating pollutant can harm newborn mice and rats, a new study shows.
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