forewaters

fore·wa·ters

(fōr'wah-tĕrz),
Colloquialism for the bulging fluid-filled amniotic membrane presenting in front of the fetal head.
Synonym(s): fore-bag

forewaters

/fore·wa·ters/ (-waw-terz) the part of the amniotic sac that pouches into the uterine cervix in front of the presenting part of the fetus.

forewaters

[fôr′wôtərs]
Etymology: AS, fore + waeter
the part of the amniotic sac that pouches into the cervix in front of the presenting part of the fetus. Sometimes called the forebag.

fore·wa·ters

(fōr'waw'tĕrz)
Colloquialism for the bulging fluid-filled amnionic membrane presenting in front of the fetal head.
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