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o·var·i·an

 (ō-vâr′ē-ən) also o·var·i·al (-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to an ovary.

o•var•i•an

(oʊˈvɛər i ən)

also o•var′i•al,



adj.
of or pertaining to an ovary.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ovarian - of or involving the ovaries; "ovarian cancer"
Translations

ovarian

[əʊˈvɛərɪən] ADJovárico

ovarian

[əʊˈvɛəriən] adj [cyst, scan] → ovarien(ne) ovarian cancerovarian cancer ncancer m des ovaires, cancer m ovarien

ovarian

adj
(Anat) → des Eierstocks/der Eierstöcke; ovarian cystZyste fim Eierstock
(Bot) → des Fruchtknotens

ovarian

[ˌəʊˈvɛərɪən] adjovarico/a

o·var·i·an

a. ovárico-a, rel. a los ovarios.

ovarian

adj ovárico
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A de novo Reciprocal X; 9 Translocation in A Patient with Premature Ovarian Failure.
Premature ovarian failure leads to follicle development stagnation, resulting in reduction of follicles.
Premature menopause, also known as premature ovarian failure and early menopause, is defined as the onset of menopause before the age of 45.
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The Fertile Soul in the US and the Fertility Awakening Retreat in Spain, use a mix of Oriental medicine and Western teachings -- including meditation and relaxation, yoga, qi gong, dance, dietary advice, self- massage techniques and acupuncture to resolve complex health problems, including premature ovarian failure and poor ovarian response.
Premature ovarian failure (POF) is a heterogeneous syndrome characterized by lack of folliculogenesis and ovarian estrogen production, associated with secondary amenorrhea and infertility in women under the age of 40 years.
It is generally accepted that women with premature ovarian failure should be offered hormone therapy until at least the average age of expected menopause.
The end result of the chemotherapy can range from damage to steroid-producing cells and/or oocytes of developing ovarian follicles (granulosa and theca cells), which can cause temporary amenorrhea, to apoptotic death of primordial follicles, which results in premature ovarian failure (POF).
These five chapters cover Addison's disease, premature ovarian failure, autoimmune hypophysis, and autoimmune polyglandular syndromes type I and type II.
Germline mutations in different genes are associated with premature ovarian failure (POF, OMIM 311360), defined as premature menopause with amenorrhea occurring before the age of 40 years along with increased gonadotropin concentrations [follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) >40 IU/L].

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