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The effect of sympathetic denervation upon ovulation and estrus in the rat
An electrophoretic study of maternal, fetal, and infant sera.
- D. Moore, R. E. Martin du Pan, C. Buxton
- American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 February 1949
Abstract Serum albumin and gamma-globulin increase rapidly during the development of the human fetus, whereas the alpha- and beta-globulins remain at a low level. The alpha- and beta- globulins rise… Expand
Induction of ovulation in the human with human gonadotropins
Time of ovulation.
18 patients awaiting gynecological surgery at the Sloane Hospital fo r Women pretested for regular temperature charts for their menstrual cy cle were studied to determine the correlation between… Expand
Hormonal factors involved in the regulation of basal body temperature during the menstrual cycle and pregnancy.
THE biphasic aspect of the basal body temperature during the normal menstrual cycle is now a well-established fact. The temperature rise of three-fifths to one degree Fahrenheit which occurs at or… Expand
Menstrual disorders due to hormonal abnormalities; diagnosis and treatment.
- C. Buxton
- The Medical clinics of North America
- 1 May 1952
Spermicidal bacteria in the cervix as a cause of sterility.
Effect of thyroid therapy on menstrual disorders and sterility.
Thyroid therapy in the euthyroid obstetric and gynecologic patient has been a subject of controversy for many years. On the one hand, it has been the "clinical impression" of gynecologists that… Expand
A study of psychophysical methods for relief of childbirth pain
Wedge resection for polycystic ovaries; a critical analysis of 40 operations.
IN 1935 Stein and Leventhal1 reported 7 cases of amenorrhea associated with polycystic ovaries. In addition 4 of their patients complained of hirsutism, and 3 were obese. After wedge resection of the… Expand