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  • Essay On Menstrual Cycle

    The purpose of my project is to educate young women about the menstrual cycle and proper hygiene in both developed and third world countries through an interactive presentation because, on average 52% of the female population is reproductive and many are not aware of what is actually going on in their bodies (SSW). I’m proposing this because there are so many women, young and old that do not understand what their body is doing when they get older, nor do they know what to do or how to react…

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  • Endometrial Hyperplasia Research Paper

    increased risk of developing endometrial cancer. Endometrium is the innermost layer of the uterine wall and is composed of a outer functional layer and a inner basal layer. The endometrium is lined by ciliated columnar epithelial cells and its lamina propria contains simple tubular types of endometrial glands. Pathogenesis: Normally, following a menstrual period, Pituitary hormones and ovarian estrogen stimulates the proliferative phase of the endometrium. This proliferative phase is halted by…

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  • Glucagon Vs Insulin

    sperm. 5b The endometrium and myometrium are both located in the wall of the uterus. The endometrium is the inner layer of the uterus; while the myometrium is the middle layer of the uterine wall. The endometrium is a highly vascular mucous membrane lining. During fetal development, the endometrium functions to provide nutrients to the embryo. However, if the oocyte is not fertilized during ovulation, the endometrium deteriorates during the menstrual phase. The endometrium is later repaired…

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  • Infertility In The Reproductive System

    12 month consecutive period of having unprotected intercourse. Also there are many scientifically advances in fertility, not everyone is able to afford them or undergo the stress that can come with it. Complications in the ovaries, oviducts and endometrium can cause infertility in women. About 30 percent of women are unable to conceive…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Ovarian Stimulation Protocol In IVF Treatment

    The success rate of any ovarian stimulation protocol in IVF treatment is determined by its pregnancy and live birth rates, including its affordability and patient’s compliance. The few literatures regarding ideal minimal stimulation regimen for POR patient is not clear as there are different pros and cons of different minimal protocols [2]. There is no evidence of superiority of one approach over another; however minimal stimulation protocol with low dose CC plus low dose Gn is associated with…

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  • Fertilized Ovulation Test Paper

    phase takes place, in which high estrogen levels cause a new functional layer to generate. It also increases the synthesis of progesterone receptors in the endometrium, as well as increasing the size of glands and number of arteries. Finally, during the secretory phase, heightened progesterone levels lead to further development of the endometrium, secretion of glycogen by glands, and the formation of the cervical mucus plug. Moreover, the uterine and ovarian cycle are related because they occur…

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  • Corpus Luteum Research Paper

    anyway. After two weeks the ruptured follicle would have completely transformed to a "Corpus Luteum." The Corpus Luteum then begins to release progesterone and estrogen in high and low quantities respectively. This duo work together to maintain the endometrium–"the thickened lining of the uterus, a preparation for…

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  • Key Events In Human Reproduction

    the Follicle – stimulating hormone (FSH). FSH then travels through the blood to the ovaries, where it stimulates follicle growth around the oocyte. (Diagram 3). The developing follicle secretes oestrogen which then activates the generation of the endometrium, the increased levels of oestrogen cause the pituitary gland to secrete the Luteinising hormone (LH). This begins the second stage of the menstrual cycle. Ovulation takes place around day 14, LH secreted by the pituitary gland causes the…

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  • Ectopic Anatomy

    Introduction Pelvic pain can result from disorders of the gastrointestinal, urinary, or reproductive systems. Diagnosing the etiology of pain can be difficult, and clinical and laboratory evaluation is often not sufficient. In pediatrics, ultrasonography (US) is generally the primary imaging modality used in the initial evaluation of pelvic pain, with radiographs and cross-sectional imaging reserved for further work-up or specific indications. In pelvic emergencies, radiological findings…

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  • Amenorrhoea Case Study

    routinely in the initial evaluation of amenorrhoea once pregnancy has been excluded. Another way of evaluating a patient with secondary amenorrhoea is by challenging the endometrium with progestin. A positive progestin challenge (i.e. presence of withdrawal bleeding after progestin administration) indicates functioning endometrium, thus ruling out the possibility of adhesions in the uterine cavity…

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