|(Embryology) of the decidua (mucous membrane lining the uterus which is shed at childbirth)||decidual|
|(Embryology) pertaining to a decidua (mucous membrane lining the uterus which is shed at childbirth)||deciduate|
|(Medicine) disorder affecting women in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus (in the pelvic cavity, ovaries, etc.), presence of endometrium elsewhere than womb||endometriosis|
|(Medicine) palpatory pressure applied to an object causing a bouncing or tossing about (especially regarding a pregnancy test in which pressure is applied to the uterus to feel for a fetus)||ballottement|
|abdomen, belly (Anatomy, Zoology); uterus of a woman (Law), belly of animal with backbone, body part resembling abdomen, female plant part, hollow or cavity, soft part of muscle, womb||venter|
|able to grow, able to survive outside the womb, capable of living; having a reasonable chance of succeeding, practical; having the ability to survive outside the uterus (of a fetus), practicable or worthwhile||viable|
|benign or malignant tumor of the uterus or testes||choriocarcinoma|
|canal leading from the vulva to the uterus in the female mammal; sheath in a plant or animal, part of the female reproductive tract, plant or animal sheath||vagina|
|carrying a child in the uterus; fertile (about women or female animals); fecund, fruitful; full of significance, having many meanings, carrying offspring within the body, creative, full of something, productive, significant||pregnant|
|cause the uterus to tip forward (Medicine)||antevert|
|condition of being pregnant, cyesis, instance of being pregnant, significance, state of carrying a child in the uterus; fertility, fecundity; significance, state of being rich in meaning, time of carrying unborn offspring||pregnancy|
|cutting into uterus, surgical cutting into the uterus (as in a Cesarean)||hysterotomy|
|fallopian tubes, ovarian ducts, tubes which carry mature ova from the ovaries to the uterus (Anatomy)||salpinx|
|female sex hormone that induces changes in uterus and maintains pregnancy (Physiology)||progesterone|
|forward tilting of organ, tipping forward of the uterus (Medicine)||anteversion|
|having a uterus; produced in the uterus||wombed|
|having same mother, of the uterus, womb-like; having the same mother, of uterus||uterine|
|in uterus||in utero|
|inflammation of the membrane which lines the uterus||endometritis|
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