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luteal

 [loo´te-al]
pertaining to or having the properties of the corpus luteum or its active principle.

lu·te·al

(lū'tē-ăl),
Relating to the corpus luteum; luteal cells, luteal hormone, etc.
Synonym(s): luteus
[L. luteus, saffron-yellow]

luteal

(lo͞o′tē-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving the corpus luteum.

luteal

adjective Arising in or referring to the corpus luteum.

lu·te·al

(lū'tē-ăl)
Relating to the corpus luteum (e.g., luteal cells and hormones).
[L. luteus, saffron-yellow]

luteal

Pertaining to the CORPUS LUTEUM, its functions and its hormones, especially progesterone.
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Further women with PMS experience excessive daytime sleepiness and fatigue in the late luteal phase leading to a declined function of various activities [12] which could be one of the reasons for an increased RT in these individual.
The patients were allocated into two groups according to luteal phase support type: in group 1 (n=158), single-dose GnRHa triptorelin acetate (Decapeptyl[R] Ferring, Germany) 0.1 mg was given on the sixth day after the OPU.
Notwithstanding the present investigation is a static study and therefore a causal relationship between PRLR/LHR increased expression and the increment in P4 levels cannot be ascertained, it is an interesting start point to inquire into the mechanisms that drive luteal steroidogenesis in L.
Eight training sessions were performed during the MC between the follicular and luteal phases, and these sessions were conducted twice per week.
It is known that the energy and protein intake affect reproductive performance [5,6,20], so, in order to accurately assess the effect of Se on luteal function, the amount of feed supplied to the cows was controlled to meet their nutritional requirements of dairy cows [16].
12 The addition of E2 in the luteal phase for improvement in the rate of pregnancy or implantation rates in the selected cases of poor responders is still a subject of debate.
In conclusion, initiation of Ovsynch plus early luteal phase GnRH treatment on 6th day of estrous cycle was better than initiating on random days of estrous cycle in repeat breeder cows in terms of estrus induction as well as fertility.
The entire duration of a menstrual cycle can be divided into four main phases: (1) the follicular phase (days 6 to 13); (2) the ovulation phase (day 14); (3) the luteal phase (days 15 to 28); and (4) the menstrual phase (days 1 to 5).
This case of an early onset of severe OHSS after GnRH agonist triggering combined with rhCG luteal rescue protocol illustrates the significant risks encountered when long acting hCG is offered to women at high risk.
After collecting the data using a questionnaire and analyzing it with statistical tests, we concluded that there is no significant difference in ACL laxity between 3 phases of menstrual cycle, such as menstruation phase, ovulation time and middle of luteal phase (P = 0.67, 0.43 and 0.49, respectively).