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Aortocaval compression by the uterus in late human pregnancy. IV. Circulatory homeostasis by preferential perfusion of the placenta.
In 70 anterior-posterior angiograms direct visualization confirmed the hypothesis of aortoiliac compression by the uterus in late human pregnancy. The aorta was displaced laterally and less denselyExpand
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Aortocaval compression by the uterus in late human pregnancy. IV. Circulatory homeostasis by preferential perfusion of the placenta.
Circulatory adjustments to pregnancy have been studied by serial angiography in 70 pregnant supine women and in 30 nonpregnant controls. In nonpregnant women only uterine arteries were found toExpand
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[Effect of D-(-)-norgestrel on uterine contractility in the puerperium (author's transl)].
It is usual for women to ask for temporary control of fertility during the puerperium. When hormonal therapy is administered, the selection of the adequate pill is very important. The effect ofExpand
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[Effect of prostaglandin F2a on the contractility of the pregnant human uterus].
(PGF2alpha) Prostaglandin F2alpha was administered intraamniotically to 16 patients in 3 groups: molar pregnancy (8 cases), fetal death (6 cases), and anencephalic fetus (2 cases). These particularExpand
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[Lynestrenol and its effect on the contractility of the human non pregnant uterus].
The effect of lynestrenol on the contractility of the nonpregnant uterus was studied in 10 patients who requested fertility control. The patients had the following characteristics: multiparityExpand