in utero

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adverb or adjective \in-ˈyü-tə-ˌrō\

Definition of in utero

  1. :  in the uterus :  before birth a disease acquired in utero an in utero diagnosis

Origin and Etymology of in utero

Latin


First Known Use: 1713


Medical Dictionary

in utero

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adverb or adjective \in-ˈyüt-ə-ˌrō\

Medical Definition of in utero

  1. :  in the uterus :  before birth a disease acquired in utero an in utero diagnosis


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in utero

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adverb or adjective \in-ˈyü-tə-rō\

Legal Definition of in utero

  1. :  in the uterus :  before birth an injury suffered in utero that her condition could possibly be linked to in utero exposure — Burgess v. Eli Lilly & Co., 995 F.2d 646 (1993)

Origin and Etymology of in utero

Latin

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