conceptional age


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conceptional age

The estimated gestational age as referenced from the actual time of conception. It is usually considered to be at least 14 days after the first day of the last menstrual period.
Synonym: ovulation age
See also: age
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Before completing 40 week post conceptional age, 3 neonates deserted and 21 (5.3%) were readmitted, mainly with anaemia, apnoea and bronchiolitis, with no mortality (Table 1).
Conceptional age, menstrual age and ultrasound age: a second-trimester comparison of pregnancies of known conception date with pregnancies dated from the last menstrual period.