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The effect of long-term driving upon spermiogenesis was investigated in 2984 patients, including 281 professional drivers. The incidence of pathospermia was significantly increased among the 281 occupational drivers as compared to other professionals. The ratio of severe pathospermia was increased in proportion to the number of years of driving. The… (More)
RU 486, a new antiprogestational compound, was given to 37 women seeking termination of pregnancy and with amenorrhea of 42 days or less. One patient was found at the second follow-up visit to have an extrauterine pregnancy. The patients received either 25 mg, 50 mg or 100 mg RU 486 twice daily for four days. All patients attended three follow-up visits,… (More)
Using both a homologous porcine RIA and 3 bioassays, we investigated the relaxin content of human decidua from first trimester and term gestations and of placentas at term. Aqueous extracts of these tissues yielded only between 211 and 1090 pg immunoreactive relaxin/g fresh tissue. Neither acetonehexane extraction, octadecylsilica cartridge elution nor… (More)
The contraceptive effect of d-norgestrel given immediately after copulation in various quantities was investigated in rabbits. It was established that the effect is dose-dependent. A correlation was found between the amount of dose administered and the changes taking place on the surface of endometrium. It can be suggested that d-norgestrel alters the… (More)
WHO conducted a three-centre study in Hungary and Thailand to evaluate the effects of hormonal contraception on lactation and infant growth. Women choosing oral contraceptives were randomly assigned to a combined oral contraceptive containing 30 micrograms ethinyl estradiol and 150 micrograms levonorgestrel (N = 86) or a progestin-only preparation… (More)
The purpose of the study was to assess the safety, adverse effects and complications of the dobutamine stress echocardiography (ED). 582 patients without previous infarction were prospectively studied with ED. There were 196 female and 368 male, age varied from 27 to 74 years, mean 52. Dobutamine was given in stepwise increasing doses from 5 to 40… (More)
Critic acid was determined in the ejaculate in 100 cases. No significant correlations between citric acid values and other parameters of the spermiogram were found. In accordance with literary data we found low citric acid values in prostatitis and hypogonadism.