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Results for: in uterus Translations: 1 – 30 / 41 English English in uterus in utero (Embryology) of the decidua (mucous membrane lining the uterus which is shed at childbirth) decidual (Embryology) pertaining to a decidua (mucous membrane lining the uterus which is shed at childbirth) deciduate (Medicine) disorder affecting women in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus (in the pelvic cavity, ovaries, etc.), presence of endometrium elsewhere than womb endometriosis (Medicine) palpatory pressure applied to an object causing a bouncing or tossing about (especially regarding a pregnancy test in which pressure is applied to the uterus to feel for a fetus) ballottement abdomen, belly (Anatomy, Zoology); uterus of a woman (Law), belly of animal with backbone, body part resembling abdomen, female plant part, hollow or cavity, soft part of muscle, womb venter able to grow, able to survive outside the womb, capable of living; having a reasonable chance of succeeding, practical; having the ability to survive outside the uterus (of a fetus), practicable or worthwhile viable benign or malignant tumor of the uterus or testes choriocarcinoma canal leading from the vulva to the uterus in the female mammal; sheath in a plant or animal, part of the female reproductive tract, plant or animal sheath vagina carrying a child in the uterus; fertile (about women or female animals); fecund, fruitful; full of significance, having many meanings, carrying offspring within the body, creative, full of something, productive, significant pregnant cause the uterus to tip forward (Medicine) antevert condition of being pregnant, cyesis, instance of being pregnant, significance, state of carrying a child in the uterus; fertility, fecundity; significance, state of being rich in meaning, time of carrying unborn offspring pregnancy cutting into uterus, surgical cutting into the uterus (as in a Cesarean) hysterotomy fallopian tubes, ovarian ducts, tubes which carry mature ova from the ovaries to the uterus (Anatomy) salpinx female sex hormone that induces changes in uterus and maintains pregnancy (Physiology) progesterone forward tilting of organ, tipping forward of the uterus (Medicine) anteversion having a uterus; produced in the uterus wombed having same mother, of the uterus, womb-like; having the same mother, of uterus uterine inflammation of the membrane which lines the uterus endometritis inflammation of the uterus (Pathology), inflammation of womb metritis inside uterus, located within the uterus, occurring within the uterus intrauterine intrauterine device//IV, intrauterine device; contraceptive device which is placed inside the uterus to prevent conception, intravenous, intravenously IUD membrane surrounding the uterus perimetrium membrane which lines the uterus, mucous membrane lining womb endometrium mucous membrane lining the uterus that is shed at childbirth (Embryology), part of the uterus decidua neck, neck of womb, neck; neck-like part of the uterus, part resembling neck cervix of or like progesterone, progravid, of the period after ovulation in which the lining of the uterus thickens and prepares for pregnancy (Medicine), relating to menstrual cycle phase progestational of or pertaining to Caesar, operation in which a fetus is surgically removed from the uterus Caesarean of or pertaining to Caesar, operation in which a fetus is surgically removed from the uterus Caesarian organ in uterus of pregnant mammal, organ that forms on the wall of the uterus during pregnancy and carries nourishment to a growing fetus while removing waste products, part of ovary of plant, spore-bearing mass of tissue placenta
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