A dominant ovarian follicle induces unilateral changes in the origin of the blood supply to the tubal corner of the uterus.

@article{Cicinelli2005ADO,
  title={A dominant ovarian follicle induces unilateral changes in the origin of the blood supply to the tubal corner of the uterus.},
  author={Ettore Cicinelli and Niels Einer-Jensen and Raffaello Alfonso and Marco Marinaccio and Rodrigo Nicoletti and Giuseppe Colafiglio and Marina Bellavia},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 11},
  pages={
          3208-11
        }
}
BACKGROUND The blood supply to the tubal corner of the uterus may originate from the uterine and ovarian arteries. The border of supply from the arteries has been found to move in young women; the change seemed dependent on ovarian steroid production. The present work investigated whether the border of supply could differ between the two sides of the uterus in the same woman having one dominant follicle (>10 mm). METHODS Vagina was flushed with saline of room temperature in 15 women with a… CONTINUE READING

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