Definition of "gynaecology" [gynaecology]

  • The branch of medicine concerned with diseases in women, esp those of the genitourinary tract (noun)
  • Alternative form of gynecology. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "gynaecology" in a sentence
  • "His father was Ernst Hassel, a physician who specialized in gynaecology, his mother Mathilde née Klaveness."
  • "Professor Alastair MacLennan, professor and head of discipline of obstetrics and gynaecology at Adelaide University in Australia, said: "For the general public, the message is that to reduce the risks from high blood pressure and diabetes in early pregnancy they should not leave having their family too late in reproductive life, that is over age 35, they should avoid obesity and, if diabetic, they should have good glucose control before trying to get pregnant.""
  • "A second young woman is lying in the treatment room of the busy gynaecology emergencies ward at the University Teaching hospital in Lusaka, Zambia."