neonatal

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neonatal

of or relating to newborn children, esp in the first week of life and up to four weeks old

neonatal

[¦nē·ə′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Pertaining to a newborn infant.
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To directly determine whether the d-200 high-grade PIN lesions progressed to cancer, a cohort of control rats (neonatal vehicle without or with adult T + E) and rats neonatally exposed to low/ high [E.
In conclusion, our study clearly supports that, in adult age, neonatally damaged MSG male rats are overall insulin-resistant and with increased OS (at both peripheral and liver levels).
Okamura, Effects of chronic administration of sibutramine on body weight, food intake and motor activity in neonatally monosodium glutamate-treated obese female rats: relationship of antiobesity effect with monoamines, Exp.
Analysis of the disruption in hypothalamic-pituitary regulation in rats treated neonatally with monosodium L-glutamate (MSG): evidence for the involvement of tuberoinfundibular cholinergic and dopaminergic systems in neuroendocrine regulation," Endocrinology, vol.
Some 10-20% of boys circumcised neonatally develop meatal stenosis, a narrowing of the urethral opening that requires intervention.
Neonatally, the 3 separate cortical zones develop, but the zona reticularis is not recognizable until the third year of life.
Therefore, in neonatally stressed rats, a greater consumption of "comfort foods" is possibly used as a way to alleviate anxiety symptoms (self-medication).
In summary, the animals that receive CLI neonatally presented a faster recovery of cSNC than animals without the neonatal treatment.
24,25) It is plausible, therefore, that, in the absence of a lethal immune response, neonatally tolerant birds may survive to become healthy shedders of ABV.
leprae inoculated in the footpads of the immune-suppressed neonatally thymectomized Lewis rat (NTLR).
Treatment during pregnancy, labor and delivery and neonatally to the infant is the standard of care in developed countries.