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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
One of the most important developments of recent years in the field of uterine physiology has been the recognition that the endometrial changes occurring during the menstrual cycle and those associated with pregnancy are interlocking, sequential events in an ordered progressions from the first day of the cycle to parturition--and not separate phenomena as was formerly believed. No component of the endometrium illustrates this progression more strikingly than does the vasculature.
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