Brazil's doctors told reporters that the death lenders had received a uterine transplant when a woman was born.
Eleven births have been used by a transplanted uterus, but a provider of life, a family member or a friend.
Experts believe that killing more women with mortality is possible.
The baby was born in December last year, a woman born without a mother as a result of a strange syndrome. At the beginning, 32-year-old psychologist was afraid of the transplant, said Dr. Dani Ejzenberg, a transplant group at the University of Sao Paulo's Faculty of Medicine.
"This was the most important event in his life," he said. "Now the baby is reading and I'm very happy."
The woman became pregnant with in vitro fertilization after a seven-month transplant. The woman who was a woman of the age of 45 killed three children and died of heart attack.
Donation given by the cesarean section. Doctors also removed the uterus, partly because women had no longer taken medication to exclude the transplant. Almost a year later, mother and baby are healthy.
The other two medical transplants have been planned in Brazil. The details of the first case were published on Tuesday in the medical Lancet.
In 2016, Cleveland clinic doctors transplant a uterine donor of the intestine, but failed as a result of an infection.
"The Brazilian medical team has shown that dead donors are a viable option," said doctor Tommaso Falcone, a doctor at Ohio. "We believe that he has given us as many bodies as possible."