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Ovarian morphologyy after prolonged use of steroid contraceptive agents.
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Ovaries from steroid treated patients appeared to have a large number of atretic follicles with cystic dilatations, and an increase in ovarian connective tissue occurred in half of the cases using combined preparations, one third of those using sequential, and almost all of the those using depot progestin. Expand
Comparison of the endometrial activity of 3 svnthetic progestins used in fertility control.
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It is noted that the regressive changes in the endometrial glands are a general manifestation of the "antiestrogenic" properties of progestin as seen in more advanced forms in the third trimester of pregnancy or following prolonged and intensive therapy with synthetic progestins. Expand
ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN OVARY. I. THE LUTEAL CELL DURING THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE.
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The human luteal cell contained an abundance of small membrane-bound vesicles that represented agranular endoplasmic reticulum andMitochondria were numerous, and their number appeared to vary, while Lysosomes were present and varied with the cycle. Expand
Induction of degenerative changes in uterine myomas by high-dosage progestin therapy.
TLDR
It is suggested that brief, intense exposure to appropriate progestational agents has potentialities in the therapy of the myomatous uterus. Expand
Prevention by progesterone of steroid-induced sterility in neonatal male and female rats.
TLDR
Five-day-old female rats injected with 50 or 100 μg of testosterone propionate had, at 45 days of age, ovaries containing only follicles, and it is suggested that hypogonadal syndromes may result from low progesterone levels during pregnancy which fail to protect the hypothalamic-hypophysialgonadal axis. Expand
Placental Pathology in Eclampsia and Preeclampsia
Endometrial morphology in women exposed to uterine systems releasing progesterone.
TLDR
With all dose levels of the progesterone-releasing devices there was variation of the endometrial general pattern and the over-all picture varied from normal secretory to suppressed endometrium, and frequent similarities of the changes here reported with those in women using combined oral steroids for contraception are reported. Expand
Morphology of the cervix in women treated with synthetic progestins.
TLDR
Cervical glandular hypersecretion and stromal edema increased with the exposure to progestational influences and there was no evidence of an increase of epithelial changes in the cervix of women receiving contraceptive therapy, as compared to the other groups. Expand
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