Marasmus A severe case of malnutrition.
Poor nourishment resulting from an inadequate or improper diet.
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Raiding; taking by force.
One of a group of paraphilias characterized by triumph wrested developmentally from sexuoerotic tragedy by means of a strategy that incorporates sinful lust into the lovemap on the condition that it be stolen, abducted, or imposed by force, since it irrevocably defiles saintly love.
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Twins derived from one egg and one sperm (often called identical twins).
The preimplantation embryo 3-4 days after fertilization, when it is a solid mass composed of 12-32 cells (blastomeres). After the eight-cell stage, the cells of the preimplantation embryo begin to adhere to each other more tightly, becoming "compacted". The resulting embryo resembles a mulberry and is called a morula (Latin: morus = mulberry).
Multipotent stem cells
Stem cells from the embryo, fetus, or adult, whose progeny are of multiple differentiated cell types and usually, but not necessarily, all of a particular tissue, organ, or physiological system.
A change in DNA that alters a gene and thus the gene's product, leading in some cases to deformity or disease. Mutations can occur spontaneously during cell division or can be triggered by environmental stresses, such as sunlight, radiation, and chemicals.
One of a group of drugs called tocolytics used to stop preterm labor.
Maternal and child health services
Programs and facilities focused on caring for mothers and children, oftenproviding pre- and post-natal care, infant care, and birth control.
Maternal and fetal specialists
OB / GYNs who specialize in the care of both mother and fetus in high-risk pregnancies.
Maternal deprivation syndrome
The symptoms, including failure to thrive and slow growth and development,suffered by an infant who is deprived of physical and emotional contact.
The death of woman caused by anything immediately related to pregnancy, including birth, miscarriage, and abortion.
An alternative to a hospital, a maternity center is a facility designedand equipped for giving birth.
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