V. Rauh, et al. “Seven-Year Neurodevelopmental Scores and prenatal Exposure to Chlorpyrifos.”
Alan Tita, et al. “Seasonality in Conception of Births and Influence on Late Initiation of prenatal Care.”
Doctors have said that prenatal tests are used to have safer delivers for mothers and babies.
In the end, the prenatal Non-Discrimination Act will probably fail.
That meant a loss of prenatal care, emergency obstetrics and cancer screening.
Everything in that attitude was symbolical of her regression to, not only infancy, but the prenatal condition.
He can help or hinder the mother in her work of prenatal culture.
Nor is this process confined to our embryonic or prenatal existence.
It appears to be due to something which interferes with prenatal development.
Eggs laid in the laboratory had higher rates of infertility and prenatal mortality than did eggs dissected from oviducts.
prenatal pre·na·tal (prē-nāt'l)
Preceding birth. Also called antenatal.
A descriptive term for the period between conception and birth.