menstrual age


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menstrual age

[′men·strə·wəl ′āj]
(embryology)
The age of an embryo or fetus calculated from the first day of the mother's last normal menstruation preceding pregnancy.
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Conception in lactational amenorrhea as such, the gestational age and menstrual age were found not correlating and creating confusion for management decisions.
The absolute ultrasound criteria for early pregnancy failure used at the Women and Infants Hospital and in many other settings are no fetal heartbeat in an embryo more than 5 mm in crown-rump length, or menstrual age known to be greater than 6.5 weeks with no heart beat.
The interlocking structure makes a parallel between the last two: the seeking of the unclean woman and the seeking of the synagogue leader; the menstruating woman and the girl of menstrual age; the twelve years of hemorrhage and the age of the little girl; the restoration of the woman and the raising up of the little girl.
Summary: Pathanamthitta (Kerala) [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Two women of menstrual age who reached Nilakkal base camp on Saturday to trek to Sabarimala temple were forced to return after police warned them about protesters gathered in Pamba.
Nilackal (Ker): As the Ayyappa temple is all set to open Monday evening for a monthly puja, a thick security cover is in place in and around Sabarimala, which had witnessed protests last month after the Supreme Court permitted women of menstrual age group to offer prayers at the shrine.
Sabarimala had previously been off limits to women of menstrual age on religious grounds, with proponents of the ban arguing that since Ayappa is considered celibate, allowing "impure" women into the shrine would be disrespectful.
At the famous Sabarimala in Kerala, women in the menstrual age of 10-50 are not allowed to enter the temple, which is one of the largest pilgrimage centres in the country.
Till this stage the foetal growth by femur length is corresponding to the menstrual age. Screening MRI done for better evaluation of anomalies.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 17 (ANI): Supreme Court will hear the pleas filed by the two women of menstrual age who entered the Sabarimala Temple recently seeking police protection, on November 18.
Kottayam (Kerala): Several Hindu outfits in Kerala agitating against the entry of women of menstrual age into the famous Sabarimala Temple have urged media outlets not to depute women journalists to cover the issue as the Lord Ayyappa temple is set to open on Monday for a special puja.
The Sabarimala temple issue has been on the boil ever since the Supreme Court lifted the ban on the entry of women of menstrual age into the shrine in September last year.