conjugata

conjugata

 [kon″joo͡-ga´tah]
the conjugate diameter of the pelvis; see pelvic diameter.

con·ju·ga·ta

(kon'jū-gā'tă), [TA]
Conjugate diameters of the pelvis. See: conjugate.
[L. fem. of conjugatus, pp. of con-jugo, to join together]

conjugata

/con·ju·ga·ta/ (kon″ju-gāt´ah) the conjugate diameter of the pelvis.
conjugata ve´ra pel´vis  the true conjugate diameter of the pelvis.

conjugata

[kon′jəgā′tə]
Etymology: L, conjugere, to yoke together
pertaining to the combined diameters of the pelvis, measured from the center of the promontory of sacrum to the back of the symphysis pubis.

con·ju·ga·ta

(kon-jū-gā'tă) [TA]
Any conjugate diameter of the pelvis.
See: conjugate
[L. fem. of conjugatus, pp. of con-jugo, to join together]

conjugata

conjugate diameter (diameter of space encircled by items joined together, e.g. pelvic diameter—the diameter of the pelvic inlet from the sacral promontory to the pelvic brim).
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