Definition of Primigravida

1. Noun. (obstetrics) a woman who is pregnant for the first time.

Exact synonyms: Gravida I
Category relationships: Midwifery, Ob, Obstetrics, Tocology
Generic synonyms: Gravida



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Primigravida

primes
primetime
primeur
primeurs
primeval
primeval forest
primeval forests
primeval soup
primevally
primeverose
primevous
primi
primidone
primigenial
primigravid
primigravida (current term)
primigravids
primigravity
primine
primines
priming
priming coat
primings
primip
primipara
primiparae
primiparas
primiparous
primipilar
primips

Literary usage of Primigravida

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1. The science and art of obstetrics by Sheldon Leavitt (1892)
"In a large percentage of cases a nervous tremor comes over the patient, which often proves distressing. It is unaccom- Fi«. 303.—Pulse in a primigravida. ..."

2. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists by American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1909)
"primigravida. Gestation at term. Most of the true pelvis occupied by a large ... primigravida. Gestation ten days before term. Whole of the saral hollow ..."

3. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1907)
"The first was a primigravida who had moderate hemorrhage from the vagina. ... The second case was that of a primigravida, aged thirty years, in the eighth ..."

4. The Science and art of obstetrics by Theophilus Parvin (1895)
"... as does the tense abdominal wall of the primigravida. Further, in the latter the descent of the presenting part into the pelvic cavity occurs earlier. ..."

5. Transactions of the Edinburgh Obstetrical Society by Edinburgh Obstetrical Society (1907)
"36, a primigravida, was admitted to the Edinburgh Maternity Hospital at 9.30 PM, on the 29th December of 1905. The patient had last menstruated on the 20th ..."

6. Obstetrics: A Practical Text-book for Students and Practitioners by Edwin Bradford Cragin, George Hope Ryder (1916)
"On account of the greater tone in the uterine and abdominal walls in primigravida?, it would naturally be expected that more ureteral compression, ..."

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