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lu·te·al

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

lu·te·al

a. lúteo, rel. al cuerpo lúteo.
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luteal

adj lúteo
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References in periodicals archive ?
Laparoscopy was performed and ruptured luteal cyst was found and removed.
The most frequent reproductive disorder found in the animals evaluated was follicular cyst, which, together with luteal cyst, represented 16.13% (367/2274) of the disorders.
TVUS identified what appeared to be a corpus luteal cyst in the right ovary (Figure 1) and a likely ectopic pregnancy in the left adnexa (Figure 2) with a small amount of complex free fluid within the cul-de-sac.
Microscopic examination after H and E staining revealed inclusion cyst, corpus luteal cyst and focal aggregates of luteinized cells.
Braud, "Coincident acute appendicitis and hemorrhagic corpus luteal cyst," Journal of Adolescent Health Care, vol.
Non-neoplastic masses included Follicular cyst, Corpus luteal cyst, Endometriotic cyst and inflammatory masses.
The commonest benign lesion was hemorrhagic luteal cyst in 50(20.2%) cases followed by follicular cyst and serous cystadenoma in 49(19.8%) each.
In period 2 commonest benign tumor was serous cyst adenoma 23% (22) followed by corpus luteal cyst and benign cystic teratoma in 10% each.
Cystic ovaries were echographically seen as large anechoic structures (> 25 mm) persisting for more than ten days, absence of CL, greater wall thickness in luteal cyst (>2.5 mm) than in follicular cyst (<2.5 mm) and presence of hyperechoic trabeculae from luteal wall in luteal cyst which were absent in follicular cyst (Fig.
In a non-neoplastic lesions, luteal cyst was the predominant category (59/197; 29.95%) followed by simple serous cyst (56/197; 28.43%) (Table 2).
Among these cysts, paratubal/paraovarian cysts were common which is followed by haemorrhagic cyst, endometriotic cyst, follicular cyst and corpus luteal cyst. (2,3)
The ovaries may be located and examined for presence and size of normal follicles or pathological conditions such as follicular or luteal cyst, corpora lutea or other significant structures.