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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
uterine disease +     
Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy 
adhesions of uterus 
cervix disease +   
chorea gravidarum 
chronic subinvolution of uterus 
Diabetic Embryopathy  
ectopic pregnancy +   
endometrial disease +   
endometriosis of uterus  
endometritis +   
female infertility of uterine origin 
Fetal Death +   
Fetal Diseases +   
gestational diabetes +   
gonorrhea +  
Hypertension, Pregnancy-Induced +   
Hyperthyroidism, Familial Gestational  
intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy +   
Maternal Death 
Maternal Phenylketonuria  
McKusick-Kaufman syndrome  
Morning Sickness +  
Neoplastic Pregnancy Complications +   
Nuchal Cord 
Obstetric Labor Complications +   
oligohydramnios +   
Pelvic Floor Disorders 
pemphigoid gestationis 
Perinatal Death  
placenta disease +   
Pathological processes or abnormal functions of the PLACENTA.
polyhydramnios +   
Pregnancy Complications, Cardiovascular +   
Pregnancy Complications, Hematologic 
Pregnancy Complications, Infectious +   
Pregnancy in Diabetics +   
Pregnancy, Prolonged 
Prenatal Injuries +   
Progesterone Resistance  
Pruritic Urticarial Papules Plaques of Pregnancy 
Puerperal Disorders +   
Spontaneous Abortions +   
Taylor's syndrome 
Twinning due to Superfetation 
Uterine Hemorrhage +   
uterine inflammatory disease 
uterine inversion 
Uterine Neoplasms +   
Uterine Prolapse 
Uterine Retroversion 
Uterine Rupture +  

Exact Synonyms: Placenta Disorder ;   Placenta Disorders ;   Placental Disease ;   Placental Diseases ;   placenta diseases
Primary IDs: MESH:D010922 ;   RDO:0004698
Xrefs: GARD:7402 ;   ICD10CM:O43 ;   ICD10CM:O43.9 ;   ICD10CM:O43.90 ;   ICD9CM:646.9 ;   NCI:C26857 ;   NCI:C27619 ;   NCI:C34941 ;   NCI:C35169
Definition Sources: "DO", MESH:D010922

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