vaginal plug

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vaginal plug

A closed tube for maintaining patency of the vagina following surgery for fistula.
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Females were checked in the morning for vaginal plugs, removed from the male cages, and individually housed until delivery.
Vaginal plug detection was considered day 0 of pregnancy.
The percentage of oral GIN-treated females that were vaginal plug positive was similar among dose groups at 2, 4, and 6 months of age [Figure 4; see also Supplemental Material, Table 1 (doi:10.