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in utero

 [in u´ter-o] (L.)
inside the uterus.

in u·ter·o

(in yū'tĕr-ō),
Within the womb; not yet born.
[L.]

in utero

(ĭn yo͞o′tə-rō)
adv. & adj.
In the uterus.

in utero

Occurring in the uterus or fetus before birth. Cf in vitro.

in u·ter·o

(in yū'tĕr-ō)
Within the womb; not yet born.
[L.]

in utero

Within the womb.

in utero

in the UTERUS (womb).

in u·ter·o

(in yū'tĕr-ō)
Within the womb; not yet born.
[L.]
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Cowan, "Induction of tolerance in nondefective mice after in utero transplantation of major histocompatibility complex-mismatched fetal hematopoietic stem cells," Blood, vol.
Analysis of the mutation spectra provided insights into the mechanism(s) of BaP mutagenesis in utero and whether these differ among tissues.
Furthermore, the investigators "were unable to adjust for important confounders such as in utero alcohol exposure and parental psychopathology.
In 2001, investigators performing a review of 36 prospective studies of prenatal cocaine exposure in children aged 6 years and younger found no convincing consistent evidence that in utero cocaine exposure was associated with negative effects on physical growth, developmental test scores, or receptive or expressive language.
In this case, the employee (Meyer) and her husband, on behalf of themselves and their child, brought an action against the employer, seeking damages for injuries sustained by the child in utero when the very pregnant Meyer lost her footing on a slippery floor at work, fell against a table, and struck her lower abdomen on the corner of a table.
The insurers contended that the second generation claimants had suffered no injury because there had been no physical effect in utero. The Second Circuit rejected this.
Affirming a district court opinion, the Second Circuit agreed that the excess liability insurers must cover the third-generation claimants' injuries because they were consequences of in utero injuries to the reproductive systems of the so-called DES daughters, and those injuries occurred during the coverage period of the policies in question.
Late-term abortions (after 24 weeks) done for suspected lethal anomalies diagnosed in utero involve inducing labour.
This (University of Florida) report concerns the effects of impulse noise in utero. It details progress that has been made with fetal sheep in utero, in addressing each of the three primary objectives of the program: (1) characterization of the transmission of impulse noises into the uterus; (2) evaluation of the effects of impulse noise exposures on the hearing of the fetus in utero; and (3) evaluation of the effects of impulse noise exposures on the behavioral state of the fetus.
Devout Christians and opposed to abortion, the Costellos agonized for over two weeks about their decision and baptized the fetus in utero. Finally, Coreen's increasing health problems forced them to accept the advice of numerous medical experts that the intact dilation and extraction (D&X) was, indeed, the best option for Coreen's own health, and the abortion was performed.
FALLOUT FROM THE national de, bate over abortion landed in the newsroom of the Eugene (Ore.) Register-Guard recently after it published an obituary for an in utero "death."
1993) in which absolute pollution exclusion barred coverage for in utero injury allegedly arising from ingestion of lead pigment in paint; and Kaytes v.