Effect of a Vasopressin Analogue on Myometrial Activity in Nonpregnant Women
Every muscle must work; otherwise, it atrophies and disappears. Thus even before studying the uterine activity we know that the myometrium of the nonpregnant woman contracts. However, many unanswered questions still exist: what is the activity pattern, how is it controlled, and, finally, does the activity play physiological and pathological roles in the reproductive cycle?
KeywordsNonpregnant Woman Normal Cycle Normal Menstrual Cycle Uterine Activity Intranasal Application
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