Origin of uterine
Examples from the Web for uterine
These drugs, in turn, can create more aggressive contractions, which increase the risk of uterine rupture.
It forms a spongy vascular mass, its uterine surface being divided unequally into irregular lobes called cotyledons.A System of Midwifery|Edward Rigby
At least one attempt was made to combine puncture and suction in a device for uterine application.
Labor is very painful when appendicitis is present, and the uterine contractions are often weak.The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation|Austin O'Malley
British Dictionary definitions for uterine
Word Origin and History for uterine
"pertaining to the womb," early 15c., from Old French uterin, from Late Latin uterinus "pertaining to the womb," also "born of the same mother," from Latin uterus "womb" (see uterus).