Recent Examples of birth canal from the Web
Laura Martin welcomed guests and shared the latest research developments, which focus on preventing infections in the birth canal, autism in children, and placental abnormalities and other conditions that cause premature births.
The misshapen heads also affect reproduction, because bulldog puppies cannot fit through their mother's birth canal and must be delivered via cesarean.
Unlike other species, human babies are often too big for the birth canal, leading to dangerous—and possibly fatal—obstructed labor.
When the doe goes into labor, the VIT ejects out of the birth canal and onto the ground.
The baby slowly moved down the mannequin’s birth canal.
The head was tucked against the body instead of pointing down into the birth canal.
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BIRTH CANAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of birth canal for English Language Learners
: the part of a mother's body that a baby passes through when it is born
medical Definition of birth canal
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