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nullipara

 [nŭ-lip´ah-rah]
a woman who has not produced a viable offspring; para 0. adj., adj nullip´arous.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

nul·lip·a·ra

(nŭ-lip'ă-ră),
A woman who has never borne a child.
[L. nullus, none, + pario, to bear]
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nullipara

(nə-lĭp′ər-ə)
n.
A woman who has never given birth.

nul·lip′a·rous adj.
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nullipara

adjective Referring to a woman who has never given birth to a viable child.

noun A women who has never given birth to a viable child.
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nullipara

Obstetrics A ♀ who has not given birth to a viable child, or delivered an infant
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

nul·lip·a·ra

(nŭ-lip'ă-ră)
A woman who has never borne children.
[L. nullus, none, + pario, to bear]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

nullipara

A woman who has never given birth to a viable child.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Among clinical characteristics most were term pregnancies (57.9%), which is in accordance with Ngowa et al (2015) [9] and 41.9% were nullipara as in Mohammad Ahadi et al (2015).[10] SBP > 160 was seen in 87.9% and DBP > 110 in 90% cases.
In the present study, it was observed that the incidence of accidental haemorrhage was more common in multipara than in nullipara and the mean parity was 1.
It has been shown that leiomyoma is more common in nulliparous and relatively infertile women1 as our patient was nullipara.
The younger primigravida is also prone to date recall error and conversely older subjects in the cohort, especially older nullipara are more conscious of their exact LMP date.
On its face, the autonomy principle would seem to be fulfilled only by an obstetrician's acquiescence to the nullipara's request for an elective cesarean.
In a case study of benign breast disease in Boston University in 1986, fibroadenoma was found to be the commonest benign tumour during 2nd decade of life in married nullipara. [10]
% 1 Nullipara 3 2.36% 2 1 to 2 30 23.62% 3 3 to 4 58 45.67% 4 5 to 8 36 28.35% Table 4.
If you have two patients who are simultaneously making slow progress, the multipara may surprise you and be crowning when you finish operating on the nullipara. In this situation, the converse is less likely.
Distribution of Cases based on Parity Parity Number of Cases Percentage (n = 100) Nullipara 5 5 Para one 5 5 Para two 33 33 Para three 34 34 [greater than 23 23 or equal to] Para four Table 3.
There were 10 nullipara including 5 cases of puberty menorrhagia.
This table shows that abnormal cervix found in 5 (1.63%) cases of nullipara, 22 (7.17%) cases of primipara, 182 (59.28%) cases of multipara and 98 (31.92%) cases of grand multipara patients.
Age and Parity Wise Distribution of Women Age Group Surgically Conservatively Total Parity Number in Years Treated Treated of Women 20-29 2 0 2 Nullipara 2 30-39 28 0 28 Para 1 39 40-49 75 7 82 Para 2 58 50-59 37 28 65 Para 3 73 60-69 39 22 61 Para 4 48 70-79 1 17 18 Para 5 24 Total 182 74 256 Para 6 12 and above Table 2.