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Post-term infant

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post-term infant

A baby born 2 weeks (14 days) or more after the usual 9 months (280 days) of gestation, as calculated from the last menstrual period (lmp). This is an important calculation, since, if delivery is delayed 3 weeks beyond term, the infant mortality rate skyrockets to 3 times normal.