Morphology of haemostasis in menstrual endometrium.


Light microscopy, electron microscopy and immunofluorescence were used to study the endometrium from nine uteri removed during the first 72 hours of normal menstruation. During premenstrual spotting, stromal disintegration and vessel lesions without any haemostatic reaction were seen. Up to 20 hours after the onset of menstrual bleeding, blood extravasation… (More)


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@article{Christiaens1980MorphologyOH, title={Morphology of haemostasis in menstrual endometrium.}, author={Godelieve C M L Christiaens and Jan J. Sixma and A A Haspels}, journal={British journal of obstetrics and gynaecology}, year={1980}, volume={87 5}, pages={425-39} }