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abortus

 [ah-bor´tus]
a dead fetus or one that is nonviable (defined as one weighing less than 500 g at birth).

a·bor·tus

(ă-bōr'tŭs), The plural of abortus is abortus, not aborti or aborta. There is no such word as aborta meaning 'a woman who has had an abortion'.
Any product (or all products) of an abortion.
[L.]

abortus

/abor·tus/ (ah-bor´tus) a fetus weighing less than 500 g or having completed less than 20 weeks gestational age at the time of expulsion from the uterus, having no chance of survival.

abortus

[əbôr′təs]
any incompletely developed fetus that results from an abortion, particularly one weighing less than 500 g.

a·bor·tus

(ă-bōr'tŭs)
1. An aborted embryo or fetus and membranes.
2. Any product (or all products) of an abortion.
[L.]

abortus

a dead or nonviable fetus.
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