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FIGO classification system (PALM‐COEIN) for causes of abnormal uterine bleeding in nongravid women of reproductive age
There is general inconsistency in the nomenclature used to describe abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB), in addition to a plethora of potential causes—several of which may coexist in a given individual.Expand
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Endocrine regulation of menstruation.
In women, endometrial morphology and function undergo characteristic changes every menstrual cycle. These changes are crucial for perpetuation of the species and are orchestrated to prepare theExpand
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Steroid receptor expression in uterine natural killer cells.
The endometrium contains a unique subset of uterine-specific natural killer (uNK) cells, the proposed functions of which include a role in decidualization, menstruation, and implantation. These cellsExpand
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The endocrinology of menstruation – a role for the immune system
The human endometrium displays characteristic features, both structural and functional, across the menstrual cycle. It is the sex steroid hormones, oestrogen and progesterone, that drive theExpand
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Long-term, hormone-responsive organoid cultures of human endometrium in a chemically-defined medium
In humans, the endometrium, the uterine mucosal lining, undergoes dynamic changes throughout the menstrual cycle and pregnancy. Despite the importance of the endometrium as the site of implantationExpand
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The FIGO recommendations on terminologies and definitions for normal and abnormal uterine bleeding.
Over the past 5 years there has been a major international discussion aimed at reaching agreement on the use of well-defined terminologies to describe the normal limits and range of abnormalitiesExpand
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Estrogen Receptor β, But Not Estrogen Receptor α, Is Present in the Vascular Endothelium of the Human and Nonhuman Primate Endometrium
Estrogen action is dependent upon the presence of specific ligand-activated receptors in target tissues. The aim of the present experiments was to compare the spatial and temporal pattern ofExpand
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Estrogen receptor beta, but not estrogen receptor alpha, is present in the vascular endothelium of the human and nonhuman primate endometrium.
Estrogen action is dependent upon the presence of specific ligand-activated receptors in target tissues. The aim of the present experiments was to compare the spatial and temporal pattern ofExpand
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Inflammatory pathways in endometrial disorders
Complex interactions between the endocrine and immune systems govern the key endometrial events of implantation and menstruation. In contrast to other tissue sites, cyclical endometrial inflammationExpand
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Late reproductive sequelae following treatment of childhood cancer and options for fertility preservation.
The successful treatment of childhood cancer can be associated with impaired gonadal function in adulthood. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy may damage germ-cell spermatogonia, resulting in impairedExpand
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