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A seven cell human egg recovered from the oviduct
A seven cell human egg recovered from the proximal middle quarter of the oviduct is described. Whether or not it is a normal representative of this stage of human development cannot be established at the present time. The ...
Comparative study of the Progesterone T (65 μg daily) and Copper 7 IUD
In a randomized clinical trial 146 Progesterone T IUDs were compared to 149 Copper 7 IUDs. The clinical performance of both devices was very similar. The pregnancy rates were 1.4 and 1.5 per 100 woman-years, respectively; ...
Four years experience with the Cu7 200 device-endouterine copper in fertility control
Four years of experience with the Cu7 200 device have been completed. The 516 initial women studied accumulated a total of 17,554 months of observation. The most relevant events were: the net annual pregnancy rates, in ...
Oral contraceptives containing desogestrel in the maintenance of the remission of hirsutism: Monthly versus bimonthly treatment
A treatment to keep hirsutism in remission while minimizing lipid disturbances was attempted in 20 formerly hirsute patients with hirsutism scores already greatly reduced after oral contraceptives (OCs) treatment. After ...
A low conductance, non-selective cation channel from human placenta
(W.B. Saunders Ltd, 2002)
Non-selective cation channels have been identified in the plasma membranes of many different cells. Previous research using fluorescent techniques has demonstrated the presence of cation conductances in membranes from human ...
A new postcoital oral contraceptive
Large doses of estrogens have been used by several investigators as "emergency" postcoital contraceptives but their true effectiveness in the human is not known. We report here the results of the use of quingestanol acetate, ...
Sentir-se pai: a viv??ncia masculina sob o olhar de g??nero
(Cadernos de Sa??de P??blica, 2007)