umbilical cord

NOUN
  1. membranous duct connecting the fetus with the placenta
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How To Use umbilical cord In A Sentence

  • The midwife cut and tied off the baby's umbilical cord.
  • Objective To explore common causes of death in umbilical cord blood transplantation treating malignant and nonmalignant diseases in children.
  • A search for a suitable bone marrow or umbilical cord donor for Garrett is under way.
  • 15Kwere and Zaramo placement of the umbilical cord at the * mkole tree, which is associated with the matriliny and fertility in a widespread range of Ruvu languages and was also the place where religio-ritual offerings were presented to ancestors as supplication for bringing life into the community. Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE
  • Around the tenth week of pregnancy, the intestine moves from the umbilical cord into the abdomen.
  • When the placenta function obstacles, umbilical cord around the neck, improper use of pregnant women, the case of adverse external stimulus, may cause abnormal fetal movement.
  • Radio control was substituted for the umbilical cord cable which could become entangled. Times, Sunday Times
  • During EXIT, which stands for ex-utero intrapartum therapy, the baby is delivered through an abdominal incision, but remains connected to the umbilical cord to allow the baby to maintain placental support. CCAM — Ryan
  • Stem cells have been found in adult tissues, in umbilical cord blood from newborns, and in embryos.
  • Without doubt Rik Rue is connected by umbilical cord to the sonic history of this country.
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