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gravid

[′grav·əd]
(zoology)
Of the uterus, containing a fetus.
Pertaining to female animals when carrying young or eggs.
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Of the 8 pregnant women who were found HIV positive at delivery in this study, the 4 who had previously attended antenatal care visits, were younger in age and lower in gravidity and parity when compared to those who did not book for antenatal care but came to deliver in the hospital (i.
Women with placental malaria were of lower mean gravidity than women without malaria (2.
In the first stage age body mass index gravidity parity primary cesarean rate were similar in the two groups.
Participants were similar to patients not participating with regard to race, gravidity, and parity.
of Cases % <30 yrs 61 61 [greater than or 39 39 equal to] 30 yrs Total 100 100 100 Table 2: Gravidity wise distribution of cases in study group Gravidity No.
4 Males have higher incidence than females (4:1) as with other OM anomalies, and are not associated to maternal age, gravidity, race or prematurity.
Demographic data obtained at the time of the initial examinations were considered potential confounding variables, and included age, gravidity, parity, gestational age, and history of abnormal Pap smear.
95 Table 2: Showing Incidence of Ectopic Pregnancy According to the Gravidity Gravidity Frequency Percentage Primi 12 35.
Overall, women who had a TTP of longer than 6 months were older, with higher gravidity and parity, higher body mass index, and lower socioeconomic status, compared with women who had a TTP of less than 6 months.
05 as the level of significance: race, financial classification, gravidity, parity, abortions, birth control method, severity of screening cytology, number of biopsied specimens, severity of histologic diagnosis, and probe size.