meconium

(mә-ko´ne-әm) dark green mucilaginous material in the intestine of the full-term fetus; this is the first type of feces passed by the newborn infant.
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meconium

[n] - thick dark green mucoid material that is the first feces of a newborn child
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Meconium

• (n.) Opium. • (n.) The contents of the fetal intestine; hence, first excrement.
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meconium

<paediatrics> The first stools of the newborn. Typically thick, viscous, sticky and dark green. Usually sterile and odourless. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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meconium

noun thick dark green mucoid material that is the first feces of a newborn child
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Meconium

Me·co'ni·um noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., from ... poppy.] (Medicine) (a) Opium. [ Obsolete] (b) The contents of the fetal intestine; hence, first excrement.
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Meconium

A dark green faeces that accumulates in the bowel of foetuses and passes from the bowl shortly after birth.
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Meconium

A greenish-brown substance that comes from a baby's digestive tract and is ordinarily passed after delivery as the baby's first stool. Sometimes, the meconium is passed before birth, in which case it stains the amniotic fluid
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Meconium

A greenish-brown substance that comes from a baby's digestive tract and is ordinarily passed after delivery as the baby's first stool. Sometimes, the meconium is passed before birth, in which case it stains the amniotic fluid, turning it greenish brown.
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Meconium

An infant's first bowel movement. Meconium is generally dark green or black in color and is leftover residue from intestinal development during the fetal period. Meconium contains epithelial cells from the intestines, lanugo, mucus, amniotic fluid, bile and water. Meconium is thick and tar-like. Unlike future bowel movements, there is no odor to .....
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Meconium

Dark greenish material that builds up in the digestive system before birth, and usually starts being passed as bowel movements within 24 hours of birth.
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Meconium

Fecal matter that is passes a few hours after birth by a foal
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meconium

Fetal manure.
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meconium

first feces of a newborn child
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Meconium

First intestinal discharge of the newborn; green or yellow in color. It consists of epithelial or surface cells, mucus and bile. Discharge may occur before or during labor or soon after birth.
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Meconium

First intestinal discharge of the newborn; green or yellow in color. It consists of epithelial or surface cells, mucus and bile. Discharge may occur before or during labor or soon after birth.
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Meconium

first poop of a newborn mammal.
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meconium

first stools of a newborn lamb.
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meconium

meconium 1. Poppy juice. 2. Opium. 3. In medicine, a dark green mucilaginous material in the intestine of the full term fetus, being a mixture of the secretions of the intestinal glands and some amniotic fluid. 4. The dark greenish feces that have collected in the intestines of an unborn baby and are released shortly after birth [from 'poppy juice'...
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Meconium

Meconium: Dark sticky material normally present in the intestine at birth and passed in the feces after birth. The passage of meconium before birth can be a sign of fetal distress. Common Misspellings: maconium
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Meconium

The bowel contents of a baby at birth.
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Meconium

The bowel contents of the baby at birth.
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Meconium

The bowel movement (feces) of a baby before, during, or soon after birth.
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MECONIUM

The contents of the foal's first bowel movement.
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meconium

The dark, sticky substance released from a newborn's intestines into his first bowel movements. If visible in amniotic fluid prior to delivery, it can be a sign that the fetus is in distress.
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