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Both the depth and subsidence rate were higher on the eastern side, where cyclicity was also better developed.
Thus, alcohol may disrupt reproductive cyclicity by diminishing IGF-1 neuroendocrine stimulation.
Uterine Involution and Reinitiating of the Ovarian Cyclicity Postpartum in Female Buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis)
Estrus induction: Ovarian cyclicity in the non-cyclic animals was induced by giving Progesterone (P4) exposure.
In general, research indicates greater cross-species similarities for MG development and cancer than for human menstrual and rodent estrous cyclicity or for human puberty and rodent VO--end points currently included in many EDC test protocols (U.
The main objective of the research was complex study of the variability of the composition of dolostones, stoichiometry of dolomite and the nexus of these properties with the facies and sedimentary cyclicity in order to understand the evolution and timing of the process of dolomitization.
Results: Compared to the nEOEE group, the incidence of daily seizure attacks, more than two types of convulsions, more than two antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) application, severely abnormal aEEG background, absence of cyclicity, and more than two seizures detection were significantly higher in the EOEE group (P < 0.
Abnormal uterine bleeding can be defined as any bleeding from the genital tract, which is a deviation from the normal in frequency, cyclicity or quantity.
AUB--a term used to describe any bleeding that does not fall within the normal ranges for amount, frequency, duration, or cyclicity.
Rodent models of polycystic ovaries have shown many characteristics similar to that in the human polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) which includes hyper-androgenism, disrupted cyclicity, presence of follicular cysts/polycystic ovaries.
1 I suggest that it could possibly be the case that cyclicity needs to be relativized.
Anti-Mullerian hormone, adiponectin, follicle-stimulating hormone, oestrogen, fasting insulin, fasting glucose, homeostasis model of assessment of insulin resistance, antral follicle count, hirsutism score, weight, menstrual cyclicity and ovulatory function were assessed at baseline and following 12 weeks of supervised aerobic exercise.
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