in utero


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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

(in u´ter-o) [L.] within the uterus.

in utero

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

in utero

[inyo̅o̅′tərō]
inside 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.]

in utero (in ūtərō),

adj/adv pertaining to or occurring before birth, e.g., during the gestation period.

in utero

[L.] within the uterus.
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Analysis of the mutation spectra provided insights into the mechanism(s) of BaP mutagenesis in utero and whether these differ among tissues.
Documenting in utero exposure in the medical record is important for tracking what substances are being used in pregnancy and which are associated with NAS.
Many women may not disclose they use cocaine during a history, but our laboratory and others have developed methods of ascertaining whether a baby has been exposed to cocaine in utero, such as analysis of neonatal hair and meconium, biomarkers for maternal cocaine use that are validated and widely used by social services and clinicians in the United States and Canada.
The court said that while the mother and child in utero are physically connected, an injury to one is not necessarily an injury to the other.
The court noted that the parties did not dispute that second generation claimants, as a result of exposure to DES in utero, could develop cancer as part of their normal human development and experience if they survived to puberty and became sexually active.
If obituaries are published for in utero deaths, some argue, opponents of abortion might use it as an opening which could lead to other demands.
GSK-3 beta function is important in a variety of biological processes, and mice with the tagged protein exhibited many problems in utero, including cleft palates and sternum defects.
5 ppm arsenic in drinking water to define the impact of in utero arsenic exposure at a known tumor-inducing level (Tokar et al.
We found that children exposed to maternal smoking in utero had a 2.
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At a meeting of the same panel in February, one case of an eye malformation (congenital ptosis, eye muscle paresis, and nystagmus) was reported in a baby exposed to citalopram (Celexa) in utero.