A euphemism for a prenatal child-killing procedure in which only some of the prenatal children present in a multiple pregnancy are destroyed.
A procedure in which one or more foetuses in a multiple pregnancy is/are destroyed to give the other(s) a better chance to develop.
An intentional reduction in the number of fetuses in women with multifetal gestation.
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