corpus luteum


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yellow endocrine tissue that forms in a ruptured Graafian follicle following the release of an ovum

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If the ratio of LH:FSH is too high, it can lead to early atrophy of the corpus luteum and affect the normal development of the ovarian follicle in the next menstrual cycle, which in turn imposes further adverse effects on the function of corpus luteum (Cook et al., 1983).
Corpus luteum was seen in the left ovary, which was surrounded by inhomogeneous echoes of coagula.
The most common non-neoplastic lesion in our study is simple serous cyst (49%), followed by corpus luteum cyst (16.82%) and follicular cyst (12.5%).
Gibori, "The molecular control of corpus luteum formation, function, and regression," Endocrine Reviews, vol.
Accuracy of predicting stages of bovine estrous cycle by gross appearance of the corpus luteum. J Dairy Sci.
Curcumin by affecting the size of polycystic ovary and minimizing it macroscopically will affect the number of primordial follicles and corpus luteum and reduce them after treatment.
However, in sheep progesterone is mainly produced by placenta with little contribution from the corpus luteum especially during advanced pregnancy [34-38].
In addition, relevant literature is listed and discussed with regard to the roles of antioxidants in oocyte maturation, ovulation, corpus luteum function, and steroidogenesis.
In general, the synthesis of progesterone in hystricomorphs rodents, during the first stage of pregnancy, occurs in the corpus luteum. After this period, in C.
When applied exogenously, the eCG creates conditions for follicular growth and ovulation by binding FSH and LH follicle receptors and LH receptors of the corpus luteum (BARUSELLI et al., 2004).
The differential diagnosis for adnexal mass is broad and includes follicular or corpus luteum cysts, mature teratoma, theca lutein cyst, hydrosalpinx, endometrioma, cystadenoma, pedunculated leiomyoma, luteoma, as well as malignant neoplasms of epithelial, germ cell, and sex cord-stromal origin (J Ultrasound Med.
(2) Corpus luteum cyst and benign cystic teratoma contribute to two-thirds of the cases.
Serum progesterone levels, diameter of corpus luteum and uterine ultrasonographic features in pregnant and non- pregnant Colombian mares