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Yes, according to The Knee Institute and Regenerative Therapy, a clinic in West Bloomfield that uses only stem cells from human umbilical cords for the best results.
The umbilical cord attached to Twin A, the girl they’d named Maia, had slipped out of the uterus and into the birth canal.
When the woman found the child, its umbilical cord was still attached, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
The umbilical cord may also slip or become pinched, depriving the baby of oxygen.
The most common causes include genetic or placental abnormalities, complications with labor (such as preterm labor), and issues with the umbilical cord.
The lamb’s umbilical cord pulls in nutrients, and its heart pumps blood through an external oxygenator.
With the guidance of an emergency operator, Iman used a pair of red headphones to tie the umbilical cord.
Roberts was there when Williams was born and cut her umbilical cord.
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: a long, narrow tube that connects an unborn baby to the placenta of its mother
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