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Factors predisposing to perinatal death related to uterine rupture during attempted vaginal birth after caesarean section: retrospective cohort study

Factors predisposing to perinatal death related to uterine rupture during attempted vaginal birth after caesarean section:... Read More

Researchers discover how embryo attaches to the uterus

Researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health have discovered how an embryo initially attaches to the wall of the... Read More

Uterine cycle

Definition noun The cycle that depicts the changes in the endometrial lining occurring during a menstrual cycle, and is... Read More

Pitocin

Definition noun, plural: pitocins The commercial form of oxytocin used chiefly to induce labor and control postnatal... Read More

Anatomic study on the arterial supply in the caprine placenta

NEVES, Williams Costa, MIGLINO, María Angélica, ARRIVABENE, Mônica et al. Abstract : The three-dimensional analysis of... Read More

Uterine septum

Definition The presence of a septum that partition the uterine cavity completely or partially Supplement Uterine septum is a... Read More

Baudelocques uterine circle

Baudelocques uterine circle --> pathologic retraction ring a constriction located at the junction of the thinned lower... Read More

Uterine os

this is the internal opening of the uterus that leads to the... Read More

Placenta

Definition noun, plural: placentae or placentas (1) (zoology) The vascular organ formed during gestation of female mammals... Read More

Delivery After Previous Cesarean: A Risk Evaluation

Delivery After Previous Cesarean: A Risk Evaluation J. CHRISTOPH RAGETH, MD, CLAUDIA JUZI, MD and HEIDI GROSSENBACHER, MD... Read More

Uterine biopsy

uterine biopsy A procedure by which a sample is taken of the endometrial lining of the uterus. This may be performed with or... Read More

Uterine tympanites

uterine tympanites --> physometra distention of the uterine cavity with air or gas. Synonym: uterine tympanites. Origin:... Read More

Sonohysterography is an Alternative Diagnostic Tool for Women with Adenomyosis Suffering from Dysmenorrhea, Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding and Pelvic Pain

March 4, 2009 --Sonohysterography (SHG), a simple ultrasound technique commonly used to evaluate the uterine cavity,... Read More

Uterine sinusoid

uterine sinusoid --> uterine sinus A small irregular vascular channel in the endometrium, of a type that forms during... Read More

Oxytocin

Definition noun, plural: oxytocins An antidiuretic peptide hormone (chemical formula: C46H66N12O12S2) produced chiefly by... Read More

Menstrual cycle

Definition noun The reproductive cycle of human and other animal (e.g. certain primates) females, and is comprised of phases... Read More

Semen Can Worsen Cervical Cancer

Researchers from the Medical Research Council's Human Reproductive Sciences Unit at The University of Edinburgh have found... Read More

Fimbriae of uterine tube

Fimbriae of uterine tube The irregularly branched or fringed processes surrounding the ampulla at the abdominal opening of... Read More

Uterine artery

uterine artery (Science: anatomy, artery) origin, internal iliac; distribution, uterus, upper part of vagina, round... Read More

Uterine appendages

uterine appendages The ovaries, uterine (fallopian) tubes, and associated ligaments. Synonym: adnexa... Read More

Lower uterine segment

Lower uterine segment The inferior portion or isthmus of the uterus, the lower extremity of which joins with the cervical... Read More

Uterine sinus

uterine sinus A small irregular vascular channel in the endometrium, of a type that forms during pregnancy. Synonym: uterine... Read More

Uterine veins

uterine veins Two veins on each side which arise from the uterine venous plexus, pass through a part of the broad ligament... Read More

Myometrium

Definition noun, plural: myometria The middle layer of the uterine wall, made up chiefly of smooth muscle tissue involved in... Read More

Uterine rupture

uterine rupture A tearing of uterine tissue; it may be traumatic or spontaneous due to multiple pregnancy, large foetus,... Read More

Uterine tetanus

uterine tetanus --> puerperal tetanus tetanus occurring during the puerperium from infection of the obstetric... Read More

Uterine contraction

uterine contraction contraction of the uterine... Read More

Infundibulum of uterine tube

Infundibulum of uterine tube The funnel-like expansion of the abdominal extremity of the uterine (fallopian) tube. Synonym:... Read More

Mucosa of uterine tube

mucosa of uterine tube The mucous layer of the uterine tube. Synonym: tunica mucosa tubae... Read More

Contraction uterine

Contraction, uterine The tightening and shortening of the uterine muscles. During labour, contractions accomplish two... Read More

Uterine contractions

uterine contraction contraction of the uterine... Read More

Scanzonis second os

Scanzoni's second os --> pathologic retraction ring A constriction located at the junction of the thinned lower uterine... Read More

Ozone Levels May Raise Risk Of Underweight Births: Common Pollutants Linked To Fetal Growth Retardation

Babies born to women exposed to high ozone levels during pregnancy are at heightened risk for being significantly... Read More

Uterine tube

uterine tube One of the tubes leading on either side from the upper or outer extremity of the ovary, which is largely... Read More

Dizygotic twins

Definition noun Two offspring that develop from two zygotes but share a common uterine environment, and would be born at the... Read More

Bandls ring

Bandls ring --> pathologic retraction ring a constriction located at the junction of the thinned lower uterine segment with... Read More

Internal os

Definition noun The part of the cervical canal, forming an internal narrowing of the uterine cavity Supplement The cervix... Read More

Transition

Definition noun, plural: transitions (genetics) A small-scale mutation characterized by the replacement of a purine by... Read More

Tocolytic agents

tocolytic agents drugs that prevent preterm labour and immature birth by suppressing uterine contractions. Agents used to... Read More