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By R. J. Thomsen (auth.), E. S. E. Hafez, W. A. A. Van Os (eds.)

Extensive easy learn and scientific trials have in a few point of reproductive body structure, gyne­ been carried out on inert and medicated intrauterine cology, or relations making plans. there's during this quantity units. within the final decade, huge growth has an try and offer a complete insurance of present been made in realizing the modes of motion development in medicated intrauterine units. The and the physiological mechanisms of IUDs - seasoned­ quantity is meant for a huge readership, includ­ gress because of smooth thoughts and in­ ing physicians, clinical staff, scientific body of workers, strumentation in microanatomy, immunology, pa­ and directors in kin making plans. it really is was hoping thology, endocrinology, biochemistry and biophy­ that this quantity will function a stimulus to easy sics. Such stories, even if, are scattered in this kind of scientists and clinicians taken with intrauterine huge spectrum of journals that the clinician and units to accentuate their examine towards greater kin planner can rarely sustain so far with the contraceptive options. advances. An test is made during this quantity to coordinate physiological and medical parameters. Little is September 1980 identified in regards to the attainable position of nutrition, ailments and environmental components. E. S. E.

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5). The distorted appearance and the short plastic threads are evidence of a too-low position of the device in utero. Bottom: detail of the same device (x 18). measured and compared with its original diameter. This enables us to express the progress of the corrosion numerically. In Figure 8, the relation between time of use and maximum observed corrosion in the device is shown. The deepest observed pit is measured and expressed as a percentage of the diameter of the wire. It was decided that corrosion reaching the centre of the wire from one side represented breakage of the wire: this is shown in 26 % 50 - - .

Scanning electron microscopy of human reproductive physiology. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand [Suppl] 40: 8, 1975. Hasson HM: Differential uterine measurements recorded in vivo. Obstet Gynecol 43: 400, 1974. exposure to sexually transmitted organisms. F. Perforations Uterine perforations inflicted at the time of IUD insertion result from faulty technique. Perforations that occur later are caused by impingement of one or more device tips on the uterine wall. Lateral uterine wall perforations are made by devices with pointed transverse arms.

I. Ciliogenesis The morphogenesis of cilia in the endometrial epithelium has been studied by means of light and phase contrast microscopy (Schueller 1961, 1968), but there have been no systematic studies of human endometrial ciliogenesis (Figure 2). The structure of the cilium, including basal body and ciliary bud formation, is similar to that of cilia found in the mammalian oviduct (Anderson and Brenner 1971). The cilia of the endometrium are typical kinocilia (motile) with nine peripheral and two central filaments (Hafez et al.

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