Translation of uterus in Spanish:

uterus

útero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈjuːt(ə)rəs//ˈjudərəs/

noun

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    útero masculine
    matriz feminine
    • When a woman is not pregnant, the body of the uterus is about the size of a fist and its interior walls are collapsed.
    • A doctor may suspect fetal growth restriction if the mother's uterus is not growing at a normal rate.
    • The baby is pushed out of the uterus, through the cervix, and along the birth canal.
    • High-fat diets may increase your risk of cancer of the prostate, colon, rectum and uterus.
    • In pregnancy, an important but temporary organ, the placenta, is formed in the uterus.
    • If the ovaries or uterus are removed, there are likely to be changes in hormones.
    • Endometriosis is when the tissue that lines the uterus appears in other parts of the body.
    • Hepatitis B can be spread to the baby in the uterus or during the birth process.
    • Any bleeding that occurs between periods, very rarely indicates cancer of the cervix or uterus.
    • This may result in heavy bleeding during birth, perhaps leading to surgical removal of the uterus.
    • Oxygen was being delivered via the placenta because most of the baby's body was still in the uterus.
    • Some of these embryos will be implanted in a woman's uterus, while others are frozen and stored.
    • Both of these techniques can be used throughout pregnancy to allow a closer look at the cervix and lower uterus.
    • With their informed consent, their uteruses were carefully examined after operation, and the authors found that a number of them had conceived just before surgery.
    • This is probably because the mother's uterus is not yet stretched and the baby has little room to move.
    • About 70 women with benign fibroids had their uteruses removed without first trying drugs or other treatments that could have been effective.
    • Next, the doctor will pass a tiny tube called a catheter through an artery to your uterus.
    • As well as vulval cancer, she treats cancer of the cervix, uterus, and ovaries.
    • Some of the desperate women who opted for backstreet abortions often had to have their uteruses surgically removed because of resulting massive infection.
    • Women who had previously experienced caesarean section had a marginally smaller blood loss and a lower death rate from ruptured uterus.