Progesterone: How Did the Name Originate?

  title={Progesterone: How Did the Name Originate?},
  author={Willard M. Allen},
  journal={Southern Medical Journal},
  • W. M. Allen
  • Published 1 October 1970
  • Medicine
  • Southern Medical Journal
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Vaginal Progesterone For Maintenance Of Tocolysis In A Sample Of Iraqi Women
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Progesterone: History, facts, and artifacts.
Nanostructured Bismuth Film Electrode for Detection of Progesterone
The nanostructured bismuth film electrode (nsBiFE) exhibited superior electroanalytical characteristics in comparison to other bismUTH-based electrodes and unmodified glassy carbon electrode together with satisfactory response toward low concentrations of progesterone, which are consistent with clinically significant levels.
Use of progesterone in female reproduction: tradition and trends
  • S. Gidlöf
  • Medicine, Biology
    Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica
  • 2015
Subcutaneous administration of progesterone has recently been introduced but studies have failed to show a beneficial effect on the number of live births when compared to vaginal gel, and it remains questionable whether that proportion would be large enough to change general recommendations as the scientific evidence is lacking.
The regulation of embryo implantation and endometrial decidualization by progesterone receptor signaling
Medicalizing gender: from intersex to DSD, from the laboratory to patient groups
The subject of this research, the medicalization of the gendered body, is a shifting object; it has changed its medical name from Intersex to DSD (Disorders -or Divergence- of Sex Development), and addresses how modern medicine treats people who manifest variations of one of thegendered components of the body, inserting their bodies into pathological categories now called DSD.