Conceptus (latin is conceptio, derivatives of zygote) denotes the embryo and its adnexa (appendages or adjunct parts) or associated membranes (i.e. the products of conception). The conceptus includes all structures that develop from the zygote, both embryonic and extraembryonic. It includes the embryo as well as the embryonic part of the placenta
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The product of conception, i.e., embryo and membranes. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(kәn-sep´tәs) the whole product of conception at any stage of development, from fertilization of the oocyte to birth, including extraembryonic membranes as well as the embryo or fetus.
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All of the tissue products of conception from the time that the egg becomes fertilzed by the sperm until birth. It includes the placenta, fetal membranes and the embryo/fetus.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-sep′tŭs Definitions: 1. The products of conception or fertilization, embryo or fetus, placenta, and membranes; all structures that develop from the zygote.
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Embryo or fetus plus the accompanying extraembryonic membranes.
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The early products of conception; the embryo and placenta.
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