Endogenous substances affecting the myometrium
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Published by Cambridge U.P. .
Written in English


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Statemented. by V.R. Pickles and R.J. Fitzpatrick.
SeriesMemoirs -- No.14.
ContributionsFitzpatrick, R J., Pickles, V R.
The Physical Object
Pagination271p.
Number of Pages271
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14091682M

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Endogenous Substances Affecting the Myometrium. By Nathan Kase. Topics: Book Review. OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: PubMed Endogenous Substances Affecting the Myometrium. By Nathan Kase. Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: Nathan Kase. Book reviewed in this article. Obstetrics in General Practice. Specially commissioned articles from the British Medical Journal. Lecture Notes on Obstetrics. 2nd edition. By F. MUSGROVE. Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Edited by D. N. DANFORTH. Fundamentals of Gynecology. By SAMUEL J. BEHRMAN and JOHN R. G. GOSLING. 2nd edition. The myometrium stretches (the smooth muscle cells expand in both size and number) during pregnancy to allow for the uterus to become several times its non-gravid size, and contracts in a coordinated fashion, via a positive feedback effect on the "Ferguson reflex", during the process of delivery, the myometrium contracts to expel the placenta, and crisscrossing fibres Location: Uterus. Myometrium. Myometrium is an excitable tissue in which contraction can be induced by an action potential in response to membrane depolarization that opens voltage-gated Ca2+ channels, especially the L-type Ca2+ channel, leading to an influx of extracellular Ca2+ that increases intracellular free Ca2+ and triggers the contractile machinery.

Author(s): Bygdeman,M; Hamberg,M; Samuelsson,B Title(s): The content of different prostaglandins in human seminal fluid and their threshold doses on the human myometrium/ M. Bygdeman, M. Hamberg, B. Samuelsson. The uterine lining - the endometrium, is a remarkable tissue which grows and regenerates every month! Myometrium is the wall of the uterus where fibroids grow. The gold standard to evaluate the uterine cavity is a hysteroscopy. 1. Author(s): Eliasson,R Title(s): The effect of different prostaglandins on the motility of the human myometrium/ R. Eliasson. In: Pickles VR, Fitzpatrick RJ, eds. Endogenous substances affecting the myometrium Country of Publication: England . Answers from specialists on inhomogeneous myometrium is seen. First: It means that you have some non-cancer fibrous change in the muscle coat of the uterus.

(can be anywhere in the myometrium, subendometrial surface, deep in myometirum or sorosal sruface of myometrium -defined pathologically by having sharply defined with respect to surrounding nomral myometrium-may undergo calcification, fibrosis, necrosis-may cause pain, symptoms related to mass, bleeding if submucosal. Start studying The Endometrium and Myometrium. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Medical definition of myometrial: of, relating to, or affecting the myometrium. Abstract. Uterine muscular activity is influenced by ovarian steroid hormones, by nervous activity, and by endogenous, humoral or locally produced, uterus-activating agents such as the neurohypophyseal peptides, the prostaglandins, and various biogenic by: 7.