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foetal

(fēt′l)
adj. Chiefly British
Variant of fetal.

foetal

See fetus.

fe·tal

(fē'tăl)
1. Relating to a fetus;
2. Development in utero after the eighth week.
Synonym(s): foetal.

fe·tal

(fē'tăl)
1. Relating to a fetus.
2. In utero development after the eighth week.

Patient discussion about foetal

Q. How dangerous bipolar can get? it is not a fetal disease , is in it?

A. No it not a fatal disease. If treated properly by a doctor and with proper monitoring by both you and you doctor thier should be no problem. I have been being treated for this for at least 20yrs now and I have learned the signs to look for when I need help. You can do this. Have faith..

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Further to this, a safe, non-invasive blood test that examines foetal DNA in the maternal bloodstream may also be offered in order to detect certain genetic conditions in the developing baby.
There is even scope for foetal surgeries in certain structural abnormalities.
John Moir, a medical officer and teacher of midwifery to nurses and doctors, introduced the practice of foetal auscultation to The Edinburgh Lying-in Hospital after being impressed by its practicality by Fergusson and Kennedy in Dublin.