Changing appearance of the normal uterus during the menstrual cycle: MR studies.

  title={Changing appearance of the normal uterus during the menstrual cycle: MR studies.},
  author={David R. Haynor and Laurence A. Mack and Michael R. Soules and William Shuman and Margaret A. Montana and Albert A. Moss},
  volume={161 2},
The authors obtained sagittal magnetic resonance (MR) images twice a week from six healthy women during one full menstrual cycle to establish the changes depicted in the uterine layers. Parallel endocrine and ultrasound studies were used to establish the day of ovulation precisely. Consistent changes in the thickness and intensity of the endometrium and myometrium wer noted in all subjects during the menstrual cycle. Both myometrial thickness and endometrial area increased linearly during the… CONTINUE READING

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