Noun(1) membranous duct connecting the fetus with the placenta
Adjective(1) relating to or resembling the umbilicus
(1) The stimulus lights are mounted in a separate module that connects to the main module via an umbilical cable.(2) But there are also natural mechanisms that promptly reduce the blood flow in the umbilical arteries.(3) Even from this distance and locked into the shipyard and tethered by an umbilical power cable the ship was magnificent, a behemoth that looked like it could take on a fleet and in fact it could take on a small fleet.(4) The process was quickly completed and the two technicians entered the transport's passenger area while the sentry unhooked the umbilical pipe from the camp reservoir.(5) Postterm pregnancy also is an independent risk factor for low umbilical artery pH levels at delivery and low five-minute Apgar scores.(6) Conversely, neonatal outcomes such as Apgar score, rate of admission to the intensive care unit, seizures, perinatal mortality and low umbilical artery pH values were comparable across groups.(7) A data link between the host ship and the submersible vehicle is via an umbilical cable.(8) A lantern is a hand-held torch which has its batteries enclosed in the main body, while the umbilical has a battery that is separate from the lamp-head but linked by an umbilical electrical wire.(9) A short umbilical cable rolled out with the rocket which was fired by electrical impulse, breaking the cord.(10) A new corporation was created, whose members were to be appointed by the ITC, and the umbilical link with the ITV companies was broken, as the new corporation was empowered to sell its own advertising.(11) Timber was felled from the nearby forest, bricks baked using local clay, stone cut from a convenient quarry, sustaining a building culture with an umbilical connection to place.(12) They did haul up metres of thin, orange-coloured fibre optic cabling which, it emerged, was the umbilical connection for the remote control submarine which the Royal Navy sent over the wreck in days following the accident.(13) Electrical power and data are transmitted via a neutrally-buoyant umbilical cable.(14) Measurements of arterial blood gases were not made after 14 days of life, as the umbilical artery catheter was removed from all animals.(15) As it unfolds, Schroeder always makes it a focus of the shot, to signify that once again the umbilical between reality and fantasy has been re-opened (and the electrified emotions emanating from both are starting to flow).(16) The umbilical flow velocity waveform of a normally growing fetus has high-velocity diastolic flow, while in cases of intrauterine growth restriction, the umbilical artery diastolic flow is diminished.
(1) umbilical cord :: llinyn bogail
(2) umbilical hernia :: torgest bogail
(3) umbilical vein :: gwythïen wmbilig
1. umbilical cord ::
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