"Listen, Boenehead, you couldn't be less effective in prving me wrong if you tried."<quoted text>
I didn't have to. Both the medical definition of abortion, and your own source did it for me.
"When a fetus dies, the pregnancy is OVER."
Not according to the medical sources.
"What's left to happen is for the contents of the uterus to come out, whether naturally, or with help by having a D&C procedure done to remove whatever still remains in the uterus."
Either way, the woman is still pregnant, and if the spontaneous abortion is not complete (that's what missed miscarriage MEANS), then the pregnancy must be ended by an abortion.
"That procedure is NOT called an "abortion"."
If it's used to removed the fetus, yes it is.
"The pregnancy will not continue to develop, no matter whether the fetus comes out or not. It will not so it's done."
Regardless. Both the medical definition of abortion, and your own source concurs; the woman is still pregnant, even if the fetus has died.
"Abortion may be either spontaneous (occurring from natural causes) or induced (artificially or therapeutically)."
We already know a fetus that dies in utero results in a spontaneous "abortion".
An "induced abortion" isn't what's done when a fetus died in utero. Or will your next argument be that it is?"
My argument is what it's been this whole time. Your own source, and the medical definition of abortion has proven my argument right.
By the way "Lily" @@, could you explain to all of us what a missed period is? Or a missed appointment? Pretty please?:)