Definition of Liveborn infant

1. Noun. Infant who shows signs of life after birth.




Medical Definition of Liveborn infant

1. The product of a livebirth; an infant who shows evidence of life after birth. Life is considered to be present after birth if any one of the following is observed: 1) if the infant breathes; 2) if the infant shows beating of the heart; 3) if pulsation of the umbilical cord occurs; or 4) if there is definite movement of voluntary muscles. (24 Mar 2004)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liveborn Infant

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liveabilities
liveability
liveable
liveaboard
liveaboards
livebearer
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liveblogged
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liveborn infant (current term)
lived
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livedo racemosa
livedo reticularis
livedo reticularis idiopathica
livedo reticularis symptomatica
livedo vasculitis
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Literary usage of Liveborn infant

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1. Contributions by University of Minnesota Dept. of Anatomy (1922)
"Thymus from a full term liveborn infant. Marked molding due to compression by the lungs and a depression at the level of the upper border of the manubrium ..."

2. Genetic Testing: Policy Issues for the New Millennium by European Commission (2000)
"A random 25% of these pregnancies at risk (about 218 a yearl are affected and end either in an affected liveborn infant or in termination of pregnancy after ..."

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