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amnio

(ăm′nē-ō)
n. pl. am′ni·os
Amniocentesis.
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The Ikoniscope(TM) fastFISH(TM) amnio Test System is an automated scanning microscope coupled with image analysis, acquisition and display functions.
The Alberta data set included 979 evaluable infants born following amniocentesis done from weeks 11 through 12 weeks 6 days, 2,515 infants born after amino done in weeks 13 through 14 weeks 6 days, and 962 infants born after amnio done in weeks 15 through 19 weeks 6 days.
INTRAN(R) PLUS combines UM's patented transducer tip concept with special materials and configuration for optimal stiffness, a refined tip design, a zero switch that allows the clinician to verify the reference of the monitor, and a dedicated amnio lumen with immediate access to the amniotic fluid environment, essential in the diagnosis and intervention of certain fetal conditions.
In 2006, Ikonisys obtained FDA clearance for fastFISH[R] amnio, an imaging application for the Ikoniscope[R] that provides automated identification of numerical aberrations of chromosomes associated with common birth defects.
In 2006, Ikonisys obtained FDA clearance for fastFISH[R] amnio, an imaging application for the Ikoniscope([R]) that provides automated identification of numerical aberrations of chromosomes associated with common birth defects.
Amnios carry with them a risk of miscarriage and I decided not to go ahead with it and just wait and see.
Alpidio Alonso, deputy, director of Poetry Magazine Amnios, Cuba.