Translation of umbilical cord in Spanish:

umbilical cord

cordón umbilical, n.

Pronunciation: /ʌmˌbɪlɪk(ə)l ˈkɔːd//ˌəmˈbɪlək(ə)l ˌkɔrd/

noun

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    Anatomy
    cordón umbilical masculine
    • Around the tenth week of pregnancy, the intestine moves from the umbilical cord into the abdomen.
    • The study also represents the first successful animal model for studying how stem cells from human bone marrow and umbilical cord blood might be used to treat liver disease.
    • During the cesarean section, the baby's head was delivered onto the mother's abdomen with the umbilical cord still attached.
    • In another plastic container they found a fully developed fetus with part of an umbilical cord attached.
    • Stem cells are harvested from bone marrow, umbilical cords, the brain and spinal cord and other tissues.
    • It may be too thin, too thick, have an extra lobe, connect abnormally to the umbilical cord, or attach abnormally to the fetal membranes.
    • I also got to see the placenta and the umbilical cord.
    • The sow's placenta and umbilical cord are thick tissues that selectively transfer nutrients to the developing fetus.
    • Since most nations have outlawed the use of fetus material for genetic use, an alternative has come into use, umbilical cords and placentas.
    • The lesion was not noted during a previous office visit when the infant was 10 days old and still had the umbilical cord attached.
    • New alternatives, which are currently experimental, include harvesting stem cells from umbilical cord blood or placentas of new born babies.
    • At this time, a diagnostic endoscope is inserted for assessment of the umbilical cords and placenta.
    • Thus the fetus grows its own umbilical cord, containing its own blood vessels: two arteries and a single vein.
    • The baby is connected to the umbilical cord, the umbilical cord to the placenta, and the placenta to the mother, at least at this stage of the proceedings.
    • Cord blood, from the umbilical cord and placenta, contains cells which can provide an alternative to bone marrow transplants.
    • She then licks the puppy thoroughly to stimulate it and bites through the umbilical cord, which attaches the pup to the placenta (afterbirth).
    • Delivery was via cesarean section secondary to decreased/absent diastolic flow from placenta to umbilical cord.
    • Hematopoietic stem cells, rich sources found in the umbilical cord and placenta, are precursors of mature blood cells.
    • Transplanting cord blood stem cells from placenta and umbilical cords have the same effect as a bone-marrow transplant.
    • As the shih-tzu ingest all evidence of a fresh birth, she will shake the new whelp still attached to the placenta by its umbilical cord.
    • All of these are connected to Kumar by a four-inch-thick black plastic umbilical cord known as the K2 pipeline, which snakes up the center of the glacier.
    • A tether like a thick umbilical cord, medical telemetry and air supply, trailed back to the mock-Mercury.
    • ‘They are electronic umbilical cords to the workplace,’ says Joanne B. Ciulla, author of The Working Life: The Promise and Betrayal of Modern Work.
    • He plugged in, the long black connector like an umbilical cord attaching guitar to amp.
    • This reliance on cumbersome logistics limited mobility, as armies tethered by umbilical cords of supply could not go too fast or too far.
    • Another possibility is the retention of Burley Woodhead by Ilkley Parish, creating a narrow umbilical cord of connection between Menston and Ilkley.
    • I'm not going to argue that we deserve to drag our electronic umbilical cords everywhere.
    • The player is attached to the TV via an umbilical cord from the nipples and keypad of the controller to the RF socket of the television.
    • Often, autonomy for robots is set at par with being mobile without an umbilical cord that connects the robot to a power supply and sometimes to an off-board computer.
    • Mission scientists have no way to communicate with Huygens once the electronic umbilical cord is cut, so the craft will be on its own.
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    Aerospace
    cordón umbilical masculine