- located or occurring within the uterus.
Origin of intrauterine
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Examples from the Web for intrauterine
Each was told by her doctor she would make her an excellent candidate for an intrauterine device, or the IUD.The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, Aug 3, 2014
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But in his “personal view,” intrauterine devices, better known as IUDs, are essentially like abortions.Fringe Factor: Texas GOP Backs Ex-Gay Therapy
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But you cannot love away a child's genetic foundation, his pre-verbal memories or his intrauterine exposure to alcohol.Who Adopts a Rejected Kid?
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In such cases it is now well known that intrauterine amputation has taken place.Essays In Pastoral Medicine
It is not only the child after birth, but the fœtus also which, during its intrauterine life, may be subject to diseases.Pedagogical Anthropology
Where the intrauterine existence of a single monster is suspected the X-ray will at times clear up the diagnosis.The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation</p>
- within the womb
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- Within the uterus.
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