volume 47, issue 4, P315-320 1957
DOI: 10.3109/00016925709170899
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Abstract: E r i k O d e b l a d and U l l a B r y h nCyclic changes in the human cervical mucus were observed as early as the middle of the 19th century and have in the last two decades been the subject of extensive investigations. Among other matters studied have been the macroscopic and general appearances (SEGUY and VIMEUX 1933) and the crystallization pattern (e. g. by PAPANICOLAOU 1945, 1946, by RYDBERG 1948, and by ZONDEK 1954. The amount of dry substance (BERGMAN 1950), the viscosity (LAMAR, SHETTLES and DELFS 1…

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