Menses

Menstruation

Menses

Men'ses noun plural [ Latin mensis month, plural menses months, and the monthly courses of women. Confer Month .] (Medicine) The catamenial or menstrual discharge, a periodic flow of blood or bloody fluid from the uterus or female generative organs.
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menses

<medicine> The catamenial or menstrual discharge, a periodic flow of blood or bloody fluid from the uterus or female generative organs. ... Origin: L. Mensis month, pl. Menses months, and the monthly courses of women. Cf. Month. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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menses

(menĀ“sēz) menstruation.
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Menses

• (n. pl.) The catamenial or menstrual discharge, a periodic flow of blood or bloody fluid from the uterus or female generative organs.
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menses

Type: Term Pronunciation: men′sēz Definitions: 1. A periodic physiologic hemorrhage occurring at intervals of about 4 weeks and having its source in the uterine mucous membrane; usually the bleeding is preceded by ovulation and predecidual changes in the endometrium. Synonyms: menstrual period
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