Definition of Anencephalic. Meaning of Anencephalic. Synonyms of Anencephalic

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Anencephalic. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Anencephalic and, of course, Anencephalic synonyms and on the right images related to the word Anencephalic.

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

- treatment for anencephaly and the prognosis for patients is death. Most anencephalic fetuses do not survive birth, accounting for 55% of non-aborted cases...
- 1992 – April 5, 1995), better known by the pseudonym Baby K, was an anencephalic baby who became the center of a major U.S. court case and a debate among...
- 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...
- 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...
- 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...
- from her death. In the season finale, she ultimately gives birth to her anencephalic son with the help of Addison and Jake. During her labor, she wishes to...
- widely cultivated, and the fungus has been implicated in the birth of 31 anencephalic children in the Rio Grande region of Texas in 1991[citation needed],...
- supraspinally determined can be inferred by comparison to movements of an anencephalic fetus. Although the heart begins to beat on the 23rd day after conception...
- GS (2014). "Craniospinal rachischisis with multiple anomalies in an anencephalic fetus: A rare case report". Journal of Neurosurgery. 41 (3): 206–207...
- disappear." Loendorf also suggests that the discovery of two mummies of anencephalic infants in the first half of the twentieth century with deformities that...
Loading...