Definition of Anencephalic. Meaning of Anencephalic. Synonyms of Anencephalic

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Definition of Anencephalic

Anencephalic
Anencephalic An*en`ce*phal"ic, Anencephalous An`en*ceph"a*lous, a. [Gr. ?, priv. + ? the brain: cf. Encephalon.] (Zo["o]l.) Without a brain; brainless. --Todd & B.

Meaning of Anencephalic from wikipedia

- standard treatment for anencephaly. Prognosis is extremely poor, as many anencephalic fetuses do not survive birth and infants that are not stillborn will...
- 1992 – April 5, 1995), better known by the pseudonym Baby K, was an anencephalic baby who became the center of a major American court case and a debate...
- was examined using X-rays which determined that it was the body of an anencephalic infant "whose cranial deformity gave it the appearance of a miniature...
- varies from case to case. One head may be only partially developed (anencephalic), or both may be complete. In some cases, two complete hearts are present...
- disappear." Loendorf also suggests that the discovery of two mummies of anencephalic infants in the first half of the twentieth century with deformities that...
- twin, by drawing on the host twin's blood supply. The parasitic twin is anencephalic (without a brain) and lacks some internal organs, and as such is unable...
- the University of Wyoming, the body was found to be that of a deceased anencephalic infant "whose cranial deformity gave it the appearance of a miniature...
- GS (2014). "Craniospinal rachischisis with multiple anomalies in an anencephalic fetus: A rare case report". Journal of Neurosurgery. 41 (3): 206–207...
- supraspinally determined can be inferred by comparison to movements of an anencephalic fetus. This article primarily deals with voluntary and reflex movements...
- critics of that case insist that the medical expenses used to keep the anencephalic child on life support for over two years could have been better spent...
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