parous


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parous

[′par·əs]
(medicine)
Pertaining to an organism that has produced offspring.
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Parous women and those who had received contraceptive information had elevated odds of having chosen an effective method (6.
Such outcomes are usually explained by differences in the paternal genetic contribution (the parous sisters have different partners) and/or the effects of external factors.
For parous women these differences were statistically significant.
Figure 1 shows the nulliparous and parous TARs in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland since 1968.
Coitinho DC, Sichierin R, and M H D'Aquino Benicio Obesity and weight change related to parity and breast-feeding among parous women in Brazil.
Similarly, primiparous mothers were higher odds as compare to Multiparaous mothers, indicated that primiparous mothers were more likely complete recommended tetanus vaccination in their pregnancy than the multi parous (OR = 2.
The unfed mosquitoes collected through different sampling techniques were dissected for ovaries as per WHO technique based on distended tracheolar skeins and were categorized as parous and nulliparous.
Diel periodicities of landing of nulliparous and parous Aedes aegypti (L.
A cross-sectional study of smoking and bone mineral density in premenopausal parous women: effect of body mass index, breast feeding and sports participation.
Fertility Studies: Male rats which had been treated for 6 weeks were cohabited with untreated parous proestrus female albino rats at a ratio of 1:2.
It is without a doubt that the mass was perceived already as an independent genre since at least the authoritative testimony of Johannes Tinctoris who, in his Terminorum musicae diffinitorium, conceived around 1472-74 although published twenty years later, classifies it as cantus magnus in contradistinction to the cantus mediocris of the motet and the canto parous of the chanson, as Kirkman shows in chapter 2 ("Contemporary Witnesses").