Ovulation, or the release of the egg from the mature Graafian follicle, occurs as a consequence of a complex series of timely coordinated events. Much of our understanding with regard to the mechanism of ovulation was obtained through successful induction of ovulation in various laboratory animals and in women.
KeywordsLuteinizing Hormone Follicle Stimulate Hormone Ovulation Induction Luteinizing Hormone Surge Luteinizing Hormone Release
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