Traducción de uterine en Español:


uterino, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈjudərən//ˈjudəˌraɪn//ˈjuːtərʌɪn//ˈjuːtərɪn/


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    • Her medical history was unremarkable except for the extraction of a polyp from the uterine cervix.
    • Advancement of cervical disease can damage the cervix or uterine cavity.
    • For example, the placenta may tear free from the uterine wall during the birth process.
    • Pain during first stage of labor is attributable to uterine contractions and cervical dilatation.
    • Such drugs increase the force and duration of uterine contractions.
    • The stalk lengthens as the fetus develops within its amniotic sac, and at the uterine end the blood vessels become part of the developing placenta.
    • I found the chapter on glandular lesions of the uterine cervix to be clear and useful.
    • Preeclampsia also increases the risk of placental abruption in which the placenta separates from the uterine wall before delivery.
    • Low grade changes in the uterine cervix are caused by infection with the human papilloma virus.
    • The drug has been shown to cause uterine contractions and expulsion of conception products.
    • An MRI can more reliably differentiate uterine from ovarian masses.
    • Cancer of the uterus can also be called uterine cancer.
    • The placental tissue from the fetus then invades the uterine wall by sending finger-like extensions into it.
    • The tumor invaded nearly the full thickness of the cervical wall and extended into the lower uterine segment.
    • In first-degree uterine prolapse, the cervix is visible when the perineum is depressed.
    • The difficulty of predicting the biological behavior of uterine smooth muscle tumors has been recognized for many years.
    • Has the cancer penetrated the uterine muscular wall and if so, how far?
    • The team infused IV fluids directly into the uterus to maintain uterine volume and prevent placental separation.
    • All patients were continuously monitored for fetal heart rate and uterine contractions.
    • Fibroids can grow within the uterine wall, on the outside of the uterus, or inside the cavity of the uterus.