[Intragonadal regulation of human follicular genesis: facts and hypotheses].


In the mammalian ovary, the follicular growth is classically considered to be under the control of pituitary gonadotropins. In the human, three cycles (85 days) are required for a preantral follicle (approximately 0.15 mm in diameter) to attain the ovulatory size (approximately 20 mm in diameter). During this growing phase, follicular responsiveness to LH… (More)


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