in utero


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in utero

[in ′yüd·ə‚rō]
(embryology)
Within the uterus, referring to the fetus.
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Furthermore, many babies who have been exposed in utero to substances are born with a host of other comorbidities.
In a multivariate analysis adjusted for in utero drug exposures, the association between ADHD and maternal SLE was no longer significant.
In 2001, investigators performing a review of 36 prospective studies of prenatal cocaine exposure in children aged 6 years and younger found no convincing consistent evidence that in utero cocaine exposure was associated with negative effects on physical growth, developmental test scores, or receptive or expressive language.
The facts of each particular in utero injury claim would have to be examined in order to answer questions like these.
Accordingly, Baby Doe was allowed to drown to death in utero.
was entitled to insurance coverage for certain injuries in children of women who ingested DES during pregnancy and were exposed to it in utero.
Their children, who were exposed to DES in utero, were also put at risk for cancer, and the female children's cervixes developed abnormally, which impairs their ability to carry pregnancies to full term.
This (University of Florida) report concerns the effects of impulse noise in utero.
Devout Christians and opposed to abortion, the Costellos agonized for over two weeks about their decision and baptized the fetus in utero.
Register-Guard recently after it published an obituary for an in utero "death.
1993) in which absolute pollution exclusion barred coverage for in utero injury allegedly arising from ingestion of lead pigment in paint; and Kaytes v.