gynecoid


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gynecoid

 [gi″nĕ-] , [jin´ĕ-koid,]
womanlike.

gy·ne·coid

(gī'nĕ-koyd, jin'ĕ-),
Resembling a woman in form and structure.
[gyneco- + G. eidos, resemblance]

gynecoid

/gyn·e·coid/ (gi´nĕ-) (jin´ĕ-koid) womanlike.

gynecoid

(gī′nĭ-koid′, jĭn′ĭ-)
adj.
Characteristic of a woman.

gy·ne·coid

(gī'nĕ-koyd)
1. Resembling a woman in form and structure.
2. obstetrics Referring to the shape of the normal female pelvis.
Synonym(s): gynaecoid.
[gyneco- + G. eidos, resemblance]
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the control group, whilst the other three body types (android, gynecoid and lymphatic) were less common in the case group compared with the control group.
P ranging between 120/80-130/85 mmHg, multigravida and normal gynecoid pelvis.
0 Body fat distribution None specially Gynecoid Smoke habit No No Alcohol consumption No Yes Related comorbidity High cholesterol Hypertension Hypertension Osteopenia Osteopenia Phenotypic Features 410 477 Age, y 49 45 Age at menarche, y 12 13 Age of menopause, y 44 35 Cause of menopause Natural Endometriosis Reproductive period, y (a) 32 22 Pregnancies/miscarriages/ 4/0/0/4 0/0/0/0 preterm/live births Body mass index 24.
An outlet forceps procedure performed for maternal exhaustion in a multipara on an average-sized fetus in an adequate, gynecoid pelvis would fall somewhere closer to certainty than would a low forceps delivery for arrest of descent in an occiput transverse position in a primigravida with an android pelvis.
Inspired by a "queer" aesthetic, it engineered a powerful Verfremdungseffekt: a butch lesbian as Stanley Kowalski can best represent our socially constructed image of virility, while a drag queen as Blanche reveals how her grotesque projection of etiolated gynecoid gentility is itself a form of female impersonation.