miscarriage miscarriage  /mɪs ˈkɛ rədʒ/


  1. (n) failure of a plan
  2. (n) a natural loss of the products of conception



  1. Several studies suggest a link between caffeine consumption and risk of miscarriage.
  2. A comprehensive study finds that abortion and miscarriage lead to low birth weight and preterm birth.
  3. But if, indeed, Megrahi has suffered a miscarriage of justice, the appeal may be a chance for Scotland to redeem itself, says Black.


  1. Irish health service apologizes over multiple miscarriage misdiagnoses

    Irish health service apologizes over multiple miscarriage misdiagnoses : The Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) has apologized to 24 women who were wrongly told they had suffered a miscarriage.
    on June 30, 2013     Source: Irish Central

  2. Irish parents speak out about nearly losing their babies

    A slew of Irish mothers have come forward in the wake of reports that several hospitals across Ireland misdiagnosed cases of miscarriages only to give birth later to healthy infants.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Irish Central

  3. CombiMatrix receives approval from NY State to market miscarriage analysis test

    CombiMatrix announced that its chromosomal microarray analysis test for miscarriage analysis has received conditional approval from the New York State's Department of Health for testing on patient samples ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Theflyonthewall.com via Yahoo! Finance

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  1. "She's in Vancouver shooting a movie, and I have Laker seats on the floor, and I'm gonna go to the Lakers game with my friend Jesse James," Rock said. "She finally comes up with this: 'I just had a miscarriage':and hangs the phone up."
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: Kid Rock Source: E! Online

  2. "He was the victim of a serious miscarriage of justice, and I strongly believe that he deserved a presidential pardon," Cheney said.
    on Feb 17, 2009 By: Vice President Dick Cheney Source: United Press International

  3. "I am satisfied there is a reasonable basis to conclude that a miscarriage of justice likely occurred in Mr. Walsh's 1975 conviction," Nicholson said Friday. "Mr. Walsh has submitted relevant new evidence that might have affected the verdict...
    on Feb 22, 2008 By: Rob Nicholson Source: Canada.com

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