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extrauterine

 [ek″strah-u´ter-in]
situated or occurring outside the uterus.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ex·tra·u·ter·ine

(eks'tră-yū'tĕr-in),
Outside the uterus.
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extrauterine

(ĕk′strə-yo͞o′tər-ĭn, -tə-rīn′)
adj.
Located or occurring outside the uterus: an extrauterine pregnancy.
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extrauterine

Located or occurring outside the womb (uterus), especially of a pregnancy. See also ECTOPIC PREGNANCY.
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(38,40) Epithelioid trophoblastic tumor may occur at extrauterine locations, including fallopian tube, (45) ovary, (46) and pelvic peritoneum.
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ESS may arise as a primary extrauterine endometrial sarcoma (EESS), mainly on the background of endometriosis, with predominant gonadal involvement.
The procedure offers more gentle transition to extrauterine life and provides the baby with necessary time for adjustment (1), with no harm for the mother (5).
Estrogen and progesterone receptor expression in uterine and extrauterine leiomyosarcomas: an immunohistochemical study.
Diagnosis on admission (N=210) Diagnosis n (%) Cardiac 93 (44.3) Eclampsia and pre-eclampsia 42 (20.0) Obstetric haemorrhage 34 (16.2) Pulmonary oedema 13 (6.2) Pulmonary disease 9 (4.3) Kyphoscoliosis 6 (2.9) Ruptured uterus 5 (2.4) Extrauterine pregnancy 4 (1.9) Anaesthetic complications 3 (1.4) Puerperal sepsis 1 (0.5) Table 3.
The most specific sonographic finding of an ectopic pregnancy is an extrauterine gestational sac with a yolk sac or embryo (Figure l).
Inadequate embolisation of a PA due to extrauterine feeding arteries, such as the internal pudendal artery, ovarian artery, inferior epigastric artery, or contralateral uterine artery can lead to embolisation failure.
Unlike incubators, the "extrauterine support device" closely reproduces conditions in a real womb.
EP was diagnosed by inappropriately rising serum b-hCG level (slower doubling time on consecutive measurements) and adnexal mass or extrauterine tubal gestational sac without intrauterine gestation, as observed by transvaginal ultrasonography (TVU).
There is, however, a marked latency and adjustment period in human infants to the extrauterine condition.