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ob·stet·ric

, obstetrical (ob-stet'rik, -ri-kăl),
Relating to obstetrics.
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obstetric

(ŏb-stĕt′rĭk, əb-) also

obstetrical

(-rĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the profession of obstetrics or the care of women during and after pregnancy.

ob·stet′ri·cal·ly adv.
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obstetric

adjective Referring to obstetrics.
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ob·stet·ric

(ob-stet-rĭk)
Relating to obstetrics.
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Another obstacle is that in most cases the nurses teaching these classes have only seen obstetrically managed births.
The protagonist's ekphrastic attempts to have the sleeping image of Jenny obstetrically deliver someone companionable with the artistic portraits verbally rendered indicate as motive the desire for hospitable silence.
Pliny's description of Salpe, at one point, as `obstetrix' need not detain us either, since he never cites her for matters that could be described as obstetrically related.
The basic design of the study and its focus both on obstetrically high risk women and on the outcome of infant birth weight (in addition to other physical and psychosocial outcomes) is similar to those of others in the United States (Heins et al.
But for Bronte and her heroine ultimate control is exercised by the visual as Jane obstetrically delivers through verbal constructs the mute images of the mind.(3)
The proximity of other obstetrically active family physicians provides opportunities for after-hours cross-coverage and collegial interactions, but may increase competition.(9)(11)(21) The accessibility of local obstetricians willing to serve as consultants may be helpful.(9) Their presence, however, may increase competition, and interspecialty conflicts ("turf-wars") may discourage family physicians from practicing maternity care.