Types of Ovarian Activity in Women and Their Significance: The Continuum (A Reinterpretation of Early Findings) [Human Reproduction Update, 17(2), 141–58]

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By: Brown, J. B. (2010)

 

Abstract

There are many types of ovarian activity that occur in women. This review provides information on the relationship between the hormone values and the degree of biological response to the hormones including the frequency and degree of uterine bleeding. The continuous process is termed the ‘Continuum’ and is thus similar to other processes in the body.

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