LP6982-5     Fetus

DESCRIPTION
  Part: Fetus
  Description: A fetus (or foetus, see below) is a developing mammal after the embryonic stage and before birth. The plural is fetuses or very rarely, foeti. In humans, a fetus develops from the end of the eighth week of pregnancy, when the major structures and organ systems have formed, until birth. Fetus, in Latin, literally means filled with young, pregnant, breeding, with young as well as bringing forth, bearing, hatching, producing.
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  Part: Fetus
  Description: The unborn young of a viviparous mammal, in the postembryonic period, after the major structures have been outlined. In humans, the unborn young from the end of the eighth week after CONCEPTION until BIRTH, as distinguished from the earlier EMBRYO.
 
 

BASIC PART PROPERTIES
  Type: SUPER SYSTEM
  Status: ACTIVE
  Created On: 5/3/2000

LANGUAGE VARIANTS
 
  Chinese (CHINA)  (From: Lin Zhang, A LOINC volunteer from China)   SYNONYMS
  胎儿     胎;超系统 - 胎儿
 
  Dutch (NETHERLANDS)  (From: NVKC, Dutch Society for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, The Netherlands)    
  foetus      
 
  Estonian (ESTONIA)  (From: Estonian E-Health Foundation)    
  loode      
 
  French (BELGIUM)  (From: Jean M. Prevost, MD, Biopathology)    
  Foetus      
 
  French (CANADA)  (From: Canada Health Infoway Inc.)    
  Foetus      
 
  Italian (ITALY)  (From: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)    
  feto      
 
  Russian (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)  (From: Yaroslavl State Medical Academy)    
  Плод      
 
  Spanish (SPAIN)  (From: the Clinical Laboratory Committee of SERVICIO EXTREMEÑO DE SALUD, with the support of BITAC MAP.)   SYNONYMS
  Feto     Fetal
 
  Turkish (TURKEY)  (From: LOINC Turkish Translation Group and the Turkish Ministry of Health)    
  Fetus      

INTERNAL FIELDS
  Detail Page Created On: 6/20/2019 3:59:37 PM
  Display name: Fetus
  Preferred Abbreviation: Fetus