- being or developing outside the uterus.
Origin of extrauterine
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The common form of extrauterine pregnancy is the Tubal Pregnancy.
The extrauterine foetus is not like a foetus in a craniotomy case.
This is an exact parallel to the case of the mother and the extrauterine foetus.
Extrauterine migration of ova results usually in a more even distribution of eggs in the oviducts.
Dr. Goodell's opinion was, "A differential diagnosis can rarely be made positively at any stage of extrauterine pregnancy."
- situated or developing outside the cavity of the uterus
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- Located or occurring outside the uterus.
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