parous


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parous

[′par·əs]
(medicine)
Pertaining to an organism that has produced offspring.
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According to literature, IGM typically affects parous females in the reproductive age group (1, 12, 13, 17-19).
Changes in the morphology of parous ovaries including follicular relic appearance and quantity, and collar length correlated with the number of ovulations.
GWG was significantly less in older and more parous women, a finding consistent with the existing literature.
Nulliparous (first pregnancy) abortions are also thought to be more conducive to breast cancer than parous abortions, when women are already mothers.
However, this study showed a significant relationship between parous mothers and higher rates of drop out or lowers rates of engagement in the programme compared to first-time mothers.
Elective induction of labour and the risk of cesarean section in low risk parous woman: a cohort study.
Regarding parous women in Group A, there was only 8% failure in method, in group B--31% were incomplete abortion and 10% method failure.
Safety and efficacy in parous women of a 52-mg levonorgestrel-medicated intrauterine device: a 7-year randomized comparative study with the TCu380A.
sup][10] Fourth, women with Type 2 tumors are more likely to be parous than nulliparous.
The authors also created pre-and post-diagnosis proportional hazard regression models controlling for body mass index, education, parous status, age at first birth, menopausal status, family history of breast cancer, use of postmenopausal hormones, alcohol consumption, and the number of years between date of diagnosis and return of the study questionnaire.
Methods: The cross-sectional study was conducted at the Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Centre, Karachi, from January 2011 to February 2012, and comprised parous subjects less than 40 years of age with history of preeclampsia in previous pregnancy/pregnancies with singleton pregnancy and gestational age of greater than 20 weeks.
Data from Phase III clinical trials, including 574 nulliparous and 878 parous women from North America and several European countries have demonstrated that LCS-16 is highly effective and well tolerated regardless of age and parity.