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

(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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During residency I was told to always use rotational forceps to deliver a fetus in the persistendy OP position if the parturient had a gynecoid pelvis (wide oval shape of pelvic bones, wide subpubic arch).
shares setulose flagellomere necks (couplet 1), narrow gonocoxites (couplet 2'), gynecoid male flagellomere (couplet 7), and wing with Rs joining [R.sub.1] after its midlength (couplet 8) with L elliptica Maia, 2003 (Madeira et al.
the setulose flagellomere necks (couplet 1), narrow gonocoxites (couplet 2'), and male flagellomere gynecoid (couplet 7); wing with Rs joining [R.sub.t] after its midlength (couplet 8) with L elliptica Maia, 2003 (Madeira et al.
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.
Thirty dead born (abortuses /still born) fetuses (sample II) were obtained from the same units of hospital and were dissected for renal study mea-surement with the following inclusion criteria i.e., middle class with sufficient nutrition during pregnancy, age between 20-25 years, height between 5-5.4 feet, weight between 56-75 Kg, B.P ranging between 120/80-130/85 mmHg, multigravida and normal gynecoid pelvis.
Central (as opposed to peripheral) obesity in men and android (as opposed to gynecoid) obesity in women appear to be associated with more comorbidities that increase operative risk.
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.
Android (as opposed to gynecoid) obesity in women appears to be associated with more comorbidities that increase operative risk.