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Correlation of luteinizing hormone surges with estrogen nuclear and progestin cytosol receptors in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. II. Temporal estradiol effects.
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The temporal parameters of estradiol (E2) priming required before progesterone (P4) amplifies the surge release of luteinizing hormone (LH) in short-term ovariectomized (OVX) rats were examined and the time of appearance and concentrations of estrogen nuclear and progestin cytosol (PRc) receptors in brain regions known to be involved in the surgeRelease of LHRH were correlated.
[Changes in coagulability and fibrinolytic activity in the patients with ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome].
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The present data suggest that severe OHSS brings on hypercoagulability resulting in microthrombosis, and prophylactic treatment should be considered for patients with OHSS in order to avoid development of coagulopathy.
Analysis of the Positive Feedback Effect of Estrogen on the Release of Gonadotropin in Women
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It is suggested that: 1) Preovulatory gonadotropin surges are triggered by estrogen increments rather than the withdrawal of the negative feedback effect of estrogen.
Stimulatory versus inhibitory effects of progesterone on estrogen-induced phasic LH and prolactin secretion correlated with estrogen nuclear and progestin cytosol receptor concentrations in brain and
TLDR
Both the duration of time and hour of day that the hypothalamo-pituitary unit is exposed to P4 seem important in determining which component of the biphasic LH response (amplification vs. inhibition) will occur.
Screening of Chlamidya trachomatis infection in the infertile women by enzyme immunoassay and its cytological findings
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The EIA presents its results for 2016, which show continued progress towards achieving EIA’s target of 1.5 million members by 2020.
Lack of release of human chorionic gonadotropin by gonadotropin-releasing hormone.
TLDR
Gn-RH seems unlikely to play a role in hCG secretion during human pregnancy because of large dosages used in this study and its minimum effective dose for the pituitary gonadotropin release.
Analysis of the Positive Feedback Effect of Estrogen on the Release of Gonadotropin in Women
TLDR
It is suggested that: 1) Preovulatory gonadotropin surges are triggered by estrogen increments rather than the withdrawal of the negative feedback effect of estrogen.
Hormonal profile after removal of the dominant follicle and corpus luteum in women.
TLDR
The present data demonstrated that follicleectomy and luteectomy bring on some characteristic hormonal changes which may exert stimulatory or suppressive effects on the selection and maturation of a dominant follicle after the removal of a main ovarian cyclic structure culminating in ovulation at a certain interval.
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