Definition of prenatally in US English:



  • See prenatal

    • ‘Thirty infants were enrolled into the study: 16 exposed prenatally to cigarette smoke and 14 control infants.’
    • ‘Participants were recruited prenatally and attended review clinics at age 3 and 5 years.’
    • ‘Malformations affecting the spine are often diagnosed prenatally or are apparent in the delivery room.’
    • ‘Currently, physicians are able to diagnose many more birth defects than they are able to treat prenatally.’
    • ‘There are multiple advantages of knowing if a fetus is affected prenatally.’