liveborn infant

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live·born in·'fant

the product of a livebirth; an infant who shows evidence of life after birth; life is considered to be present after birth if any one of the following is observed: 1) the infant breathes; 2) the infant shows beating of the heart; 3) pulsation of the umbilical cord occurs; or 4) definite movement of voluntary muscles occurs.

live·born in·fant

(līv'bōrn in'fănt)
The product of a live birth; an infant who shows evidence of life after birth.
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Applied to a population with maternal ages similar to the entire US population delivering liveborn infants, the Down syndrome detection rate and false-positive rate for laboratory 1 were expected to be 82.
The subjects for the current study were identified in a retrospective review of placental pathologic conditions in liveborn infants with IUGR, which was described in our previous report.
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