- being or developing outside the uterus.
Origin of extrauterine
Examples from the Web for extrauterine
Historical Examples of extrauterine
The common form of extrauterine pregnancy is the Tubal Pregnancy.
This is an exact parallel to the case of the mother and the extrauterine foetus.
The extrauterine foetus is not like a foetus in a craniotomy case.
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
- Located or occurring outside the uterus.