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  • adj. Having to do with a fetus and its mother.

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Examples

  • There was no evidence of a significant effect of the timing of cord clamping on the incidence of postpartum haemorrhage or on feto-maternal transfusion.

    5. CARE DURING THE THIRD STAGE OF LABOUR

  • Fernandez N, Cooper J, Sprinks M, AbdElrahman M, Fiszer D, et al. (1999) A critical review of the role of the major histocompatibility complex in fertilization, preimplantation development and feto-maternal interactions.

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  • This may be linked to the cardiovascular effects of secretory products of adipose tissue, with implications for the feto-maternal circulation.

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  • The increasing prevalence of obesity constitutes a major health problem in obstetrics with implications for feto-maternal growth and wellbeing.

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  • Samejima Y, Kamiura S, Koyama M (1999) Dynamics of immunoglobulins at the feto-maternal interface.

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