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2.3.1 Reproductive Tract Anomalies

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Title: 2.3.1 Reproductive Tract Anomalies
Author: Marsh, Karen; Bruce, Brendan; La Barbera, Andrew R.
Description: GOAL: To describe the control of sexual differentiation and describe the consequences of defective regulatory mechanisms. 2.3 Objective: To describe the most common anomalies of the male and female reproductive tracts. 2.3.1 Reproductive Tract Anomalies (Picture Gallery) -Do structural anomalies of the female reproductive tract result in loss of reproductive function? -Are secondary sex characteristics and ovulatory functions affected by uterine malformations? -What is the frequency of anomalies of the female reproductive tract? -What synthetic hormonal analog administered frequently to pregnant woman during the mid-20th century to prevent miscarriage is associated with an increased incidence of female reproductive tract anomalies? -What is the most common anomaly of the female reproductive tract? -Are the causes of the anomalies of male reproductive tract understood? -What are the three most commonly observed anomalies of the male reproductive tract? -What male reproductive tract anomaly is seen in patients with cystic fibrosis?
Bookmark: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.UC/162
Date: 2008-08-15

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