Fetal [adjective]

Definition of Fetal:

before birth

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Sentence/Example of Fetal:

We were having a debate about the fetal heartbeat bill on the House floor.

“Naturally, people tend to center on the fetal risk,” Parchem says.

This new paper lends further weight to those revised guidelines, says Alison Cahill, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at the University of Texas at Austin.

Even in my fetal state I have, by thy favour, become versed in the Shastras and the Vedas with their several branches.

She is keeping up her own bodily functions, as well as developing her fetal litter.

That opinion is not finally settled as regards the animal after the fetal stage, but it is much stronger as regards embryos.

The allantois becomes a part of the fetal umbilical cord after the formation of the placenta.

Some terata, as the Acephalia, have no brain or spinal cord, but they die in the fetal stage.

In a series of 705 fetal deaths in Johns Hopkins Hospital, 26.4 per cent.

If the fetal tissues that appear indicate maceration, or if the discharge is fetid or purulent, the fetus is dead.