By Elizabeth M. Ramsey (auth.), Ralph M. Wynn M.D., William P. Jollie Ph.D. (eds.)
Almost 1 / 4 of a century has elapsed due to the fact mobile Biology of the Uterus, the predecessor of the current quantity, used to be deliberate. in the course of that interval, specially within the decade because the booklet of the final version of Biology of the Uterus, new details within the box has been so voluminous as to require significant revisions of many of the chapters, the addition of numerous new chapters, and the collaboration of a moment editor to facilitate the choice of applicable specialists as authors. As in past versions, a stability has been struck among classical biology and modem biochemistry and biophysics. The inclusion of simple histological and embryo logical details offers an important, even though usually missing, historical past for the protein chemist and molecular biologist and a bridge among the telephone biologist and clinician. therefore, significant functional difficulties in human copy, equivalent to the genesis of endometrial carcinoma and the reason for the initiation of work, might be approached on a company medical footing. the present version offers essentially with the biology of the uterus itself (comparative and human) instead of placentation or being pregnant and hence is a synthesis of knowledge derived from many recommendations, either traditional and modem. because it is obviously past the competence of somebody scientist to organize this type of textual content at the foundation of private wisdom and event, assistance from 22 exceptional scientists used to be enlisted.
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Pig G. gnu H. cow I. horse J. anthropoids K. long - tongued bot Figure 2. Diagrams of ideal frontal sections of uterine types found among Eutheria, with one known example of eaph type. The drawings cut the oviducts off near the uterotubal junctions and the vaginas just caudal to the cervices. Heaviest lines, cervical mucosa; thinnest lines, endometrium; dashed lines, oviduct epithelium. A-D show long duplex, of which A is the most primitive. B has caudal ends fused externally, thus resembling externally the corpus uteri of a bicornuate type.
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In fact, four of the six recognized living genera of armadillos bear only one ortwo young, which may be of the same or opposite sex and therefore probably derived from two individual eggs. Development of four or more symmetrically arranged embryos from a single blastocyst 27 COMPARATIVE ANATOMY 28 CHAPTER 2 seems an ideal way to assure equally shared space in an essentially ovoid uterine lumen. If this concept is valid, then one would expect human monozygous multiple pregnancies to result in a lower ratio of nongenetic anomalies and defects such as those caused by crowding and inadequate blood supply than do dizygous and polyzygous multiple pregnancies.
Biology of the Uterus by Elizabeth M. Ramsey (auth.), Ralph M. Wynn M.D., William P. Jollie Ph.D. (eds.)