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 Übersetzung für 'fetus' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a fetus | fetuses
SYNO fetus | foetus
med.
fetus
Fötus {m}
60
med.
fetus
Fetus {m}
10
biol.
fetus
Leibesfrucht {f}
7
2 Wörter
med.
calcified fetus [Am.]
Steinkind {n}
med.
fetus papyraceus [a dead fetus pressed flat by the growth of a living twin]
Fetus papyraceus {m}
fetus position [Am.]Fötusstellung {f}
med.
harlequin fetus [Ichthyosis congenita gravis]
Harlekinfetus {m}
med.
jogging fetus [(fetal) behavioral state 4F]
Jogging Fetus {m} [Zustand F 4] [Gynäkologie]
med.
miscarried fetus
Fehlgeburt {f} [Fötus]
archaeo.med.VetMed.
mummified fetus
mumifizierter Fötus {m}
3 Wörter
med.
dead fetus delivery [Am.]
Totgeburt {f}
med.VetMed.
fetus in fetu [Inclusio fetalis]
Foetus {m} in foeto
med.VetMed.
fetus in fetu [Inclusio fetalis]
Fetus {m} in fetu [fachspr. für: Foetus in foeto]
5+ Wörter
med.
ABO isoimmunization of fetus and newborn [ICD-10, P55.1, V. 2015]
AB0-Isoimmunisierung {f} bei Feten und Neugeborenen [ICD-10, P55.1, V. 2015]
med.
haemolytic disease of fetus and newborn [Br.] [ICD-10, P55, V. 2015]
hämolytische Krankheit {f} bei Feten und Neugeborenen [ICD-10, P55, V. 2015]
med.
haemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn <HDFN> [Br.]
hämolytische Krankheit {f} beim Feten und Neugeborenen <HDFN>
med.
hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn <HDFN> [Am.]
hämolytische Krankheit {f} beim Feten und Neugeborenen <HDFN>
med.
Rh isoimmunization of fetus and newborn [ICD-10, P55.0, V. 2015]
Rh-Isoimmunisierung {f} bei Feten und Neugeborenen [ICD-10, P55.0, V. 2015]
18 Übersetzungen
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  • Fetus {m} = fetus
  • Fetus {m} = foetus [Br.]
  • Fetus papyraceus {m} = fetus papyraceus [a dead fetus pressed flat by the growth of a living twin]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In obstetrics, position is the orientation of the fetus in the womb, identified by the location of the presenting part of the fetus relative to the pelvis of the mother.
  • The fetus presents: retarded growth, congestion of superficial vessels which may be associated with hemorrhage and dehydration which results in mummification of the fetus.
  • Pinazepam and its metabolite "N"-desmethyldiazepam are transferred to the developing fetus "in utero", but the plasma drug level in the mother is usually significantly higher than in the fetus.
  • Sometimes one twin fetus will fail to develop completely and continue to cause problems for its surviving twin. One fetus acts as a parasite towards the other.
  • A mooncalf (or moon-calf) is a monstrous birth, the abortive fetus of a cow or other farm animal. The term was occasionally applied to an abortive human fetus.

  • In 1974, Desmonts and Couvreur showed that infection during the first two trimesters produces most harm to the fetus, that transmission depended on when mothers were infected during pregnancy, that mothers with antibodies before pregnancy did not transmit the infection to the fetus, and that spiramycin lowered the transmission to the fetus.
  • Within severance theory, for example, abortion rights only include the right to remove the fetus, and do not always extend to the termination of the fetus.
  • Treatment depends on the amount of blood loss and the status of the fetus.
  • The condition occurs when the vein–artery connections within the fetuses' shared placenta allow the blood flow between each fetus to become progressively imbalanced.
  • There are many factors that define whether a fetus is a patient of its own or an entity involving its mother including: the fetus's independent moral status, the future fetus as a child, and the viability of the fetus.

  • Dostarlimab can cause harm to a fetus. The death of the fetus can occur from the immune system's reaction to the fetus through the examination of its mechanism in animal studies.
  • Another finding was that gestational diabetes increased the susceptibility of the fetus to intrapartal hypoxia, regardless of the size of the fetus.
  • Early-onset sepsis (EOS), defined as onset of symptoms within 72 hours of life, is generally caused by transmission of pathogens from the female genitourinary system to the fetus.
  • In cases where the fetus has not yet reached a safe gestational age to be delivered, management is focused on managing symptoms to give the fetus more time to mature.
  • Fetus "in fetu" and fetiform teratoma are rare forms of mature teratomas that include one or more components resembling a malformed fetus.

  • There are two subspecies of "C. fetus" that cause reproductive disease in ruminants; "C.
  • Changes posed to the fetus through ethanol exposure may significantly effect growth and development; these are collectively known as fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).
  • Cemiplimab can cause harm to a developing fetus; women should be advised of the potential risk to the fetus and to use effective contraception.
  • Maternal infection may be transmitted to the fetus; this is called a vertically transmitted infection.
  • A fetus or foetus ([...]; plural fetuses, feti, foetuses, or foeti) is the unborn offspring that develops from an animal embryo. The head makes up nearly half of the size of the fetus.

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