The fluid of female urethral expulsions analysed by histochemical electron-microscopic and other methods

  title={The fluid of female urethral expulsions analysed by histochemical electron-microscopic and other methods},
  author={Milan Zavia{\vc}i{\vc} and J{\'a}n Jakubovsk{\'y} and {\vS}tefan Pol{\'a}k and A. Zavia{\vc}i{\vc}ov{\'a} and I. K. Holom{\'a}ň and Jana Bla{\vz}ekov{\'a} and P. Gregor},
  journal={The Histochemical Journal},
The fluid of female urethral expulsions (female ejaculate), obtained by applying the digital stimulation technique (Grafenberg, 1950; Zavia~i~ et al., 1983b) was analysed in 10 women patients of the 2nd Hospital of Gynaecology and Obstetrics in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. In the majority of the patients, collections of the fluid were repeated on different days of their menstrual cycle. With the aim of determining standard values of exfoliated squamous cells, which are a constant component of… Expand
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