luteal


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lu·te·al

 (lo͞o′tē-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving the corpus luteum.

luteal

(ˈluːtɪəl)
adj
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) relating to or characterized by the development of the corpus luteum: the luteal phase of the oestrous cycle.
[C20: from Latin lūteus yellow, relating to lūtum a yellow weed]

lu•te•al

(ˈlu ti əl)

adj.
of or involving the corpus luteum.
[1925–30]
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Adj.1.luteal - of or relating to the corpus luteum
Translations

lu·te·al

a. lúteo, rel. al cuerpo lúteo.

luteal

adj lúteo
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Therefore, we explored possible adverse effects that could be exerted through lengthened follicular phase or shortened luteal phase, increased time to pregnancy, or increased early pregnancy loss.
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