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Cambodia, Senegal, and Rwanda have made the biggest strides since 2005 in reducing inequalities in access to contraception, antenatal care and skilled birth attendants, and cutting neonatal deaths among the poorest mothers, the report found.
In many poor countries, expensive antenatal tests to identify genetic diseases are not available.
This inequality probably reflects both earlier diagnosis of women, whose HIV status is checked routinely at antenatal clinics, and a more responsible female attitude towards taking any drugs prescribed.
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First Known Use of antenatal
medical Definition of antenatal
- antenatal diagnosis of birth defects
- antenatal patients
- antenatal clinics
antenatallyplay \-ē\ adverb
- Altogether 57 cases from 31,000 pregnancies were detected antenatally.
- —Tim Radford, The Guardian (London), 3 Mar. 2000
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