The placenta and membranes with which the fetus is connected, and which come away after delivery.
The placenta and allied membranes with which the fetus is connected. It is expelled from the uterus after delivery.
The tissue, fluid and blood, which is "delivered" after the birth of the baby. It includes the placenta, amnion, chorion, some amniotic fluid, blood and blood clots. The term is often used simply to describe the delivery of the placenta after childbirth.
Placenta, surrounds the foal in the uterus and transfers nutrients between mare and foal. Also removes waste.
The placenta and allied membranes with which the fetus is connected with the mother. It is expelled from the uterus following parturition.
The placenta and fetal membranes expelled from the uterus following the birth of each newborn puppy.
The membranes (placenta) expelled with the puppies during birth.
The placenta and other fetal membranes that come out after the baby is born.
The placenta and fetal membranes that are expelled after a baby is born
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The placenta and other tissues associated with fetal development that are expelled after the birth of an infant.
any birth membrane that is discarded into the sea
Placenta and fetal membranes discharged from the womb after the birth of the pup.
the placenta and membranes separate from the uterus and are expelled during Stage 3 of labor after the birth of the baby.
Another word for the placenta.
When the placenta is pushed out through the vagina.
Fetal membranes and/or placenta which can be expelled during the birth of each piglet, or afterwards.
The placenta and amniotic sac, which is expelled after the infant during childbirth.
Placenta and membranes expelled by the uterus after the baby is delivered
A description of the placenta and membranes, delivered during the third stage of labor, after the birth.
The placenta, amniotic sac and fluid, and the umbilical cord; the products of conception expelled during the delivery, excluding the baby.
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The placenta and membranes, which are delivered shortly after the baby.
The placenta is commonly called the afterbirth once it has been delivered.
The fetal membranes that attach the fetus to the membranes of the pregnant female and which are normally expelled from the female within 3 to 6 h. after parturition.
The placenta and membranes that are expelled from the uterus after lambing.
A common term for the placenta after it has been delivered.
Another term for the placenta that develops in the uterus. It delivers nutrients and eliminates waste products for the fetus.
placenta and fetal membrane expelled from the uterus after the birth of a baby
The placentaÂ and membranes after they have been delivered from the uterusÂ during the third stage of childbirth.
The distal portions of the umbilical cord and placenta that are ejected from the uterus during the placental stage of labor.
Expulsion of the placenta and the membranes after the birth of the baby.
the placenta and membranes that are eliminated from the woman's uterus following the birth of a child
The placenta, which is attached to the foetus by the umbilical cord and must be delivered after the baby.