mesometrium

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mesometrium

[‚mez·ə′mē·trē·əm]
(anatomy)
The part of the broad ligament attached directly to the uterus.
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Luminal epithelial cell death and extracellular matrix in the mesometrial region of implantation chambers.
Naqvi, "Planar DB boundary placed in chiral and chiral nihility mesometrial," Progress In Electromagnetic Research Letters, Vol.
Chorioallantoic placenta formation in the rat: angiogenesis and maternal blood circulation in the mesometrial region of the implantation chamber prior to placenta formation.
Thickening of the dorsal endometrial wall or mesometrial orientation of the uterus (position of the mesometrial attachment to the uterus) occurs close to the point of entry of blood vessels to the uterine horns (SILVA & GINTHER, 2006).
Pluriparous animals are at higher risk of uterine torsion as compared to primiparous animals possibly due to reduced uterine and mesometrial tone.
El ancho de la placenta considera el segmento interhematoma marginal, en el lado mesometrial y el grosor se establecio en su zona media en un microscopio optico (Olympus BX41 con camara digital Olympus C-5060 Wide zoom, 5.1 mega pixel) con grilla cuadriculada ubicada en el ocular con aumento de 10 x.
Long mesometrial attachment, violent or strong tenesmus, a relaxed atonic flaccid uterus and retention of placenta especially at ovarian pole of gravid horn predispose cows to prolapse of uterus.
Aparentemente, eguas que acumulam fluido intrauterino nos quatro dias subsequentes a cobertura apresentam maior perfusao sanguinea uterina e menores valores de RI e PI mesometrial (FERREIRA et al., dados nao-publicados).
It is known that the PLP-A biological activity is to bound to "natural killer" lymphocytes, in a specific way, in the mesometrial compartment of the uterus of pregnant rats.
Prolapse of uterus is predisposed by long mesometrial attachments, violent or strong tenesmus, a relaxed atonic flaccid uterus, retention of placenta at the ovarian pole of the gravid horn and by excessive relaxation of pelvic and perineal region (Roberts, 2004).
O corio externamente a placenta do lado mesometrial apresenta-se como uma membrana delgada aplicada a superficie uterina em um lado, aderente para o delicado e delgado amnio em sua outra face.