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Anovulatory Cycle

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Anovulatory Cycle by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Uterine and Fallopian Tube Disease.


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    1. Proliferation of endometrium is driven by estrogen, but as progesterone is absent due to failure of ovulation, the endometrium sheds when it can no longer be supported by the low blood supply.
    2. Lack of ovulation causes deficiency of estrogen and progesterone, leading to shedding of endometrium at irregular intervals.
    3. Failure of hypothalamus leads to absence of FSH and LH in the blood stream. The uterine blood vessels become obliterated. Hence, there is little to no menstrual bleeding.
    4. Inadequate testosterone production by the ovarian cells leads to excessive menstrual bleeding due to lack of estrogen counteraction.
    5. Anovulation leads to excessive stimulation of pituitary by ovarian hormones, which increases FSH production, leading to early menopause.
    1. All of these.
    2. None of these.
    3. Hypothyroidism
    4. Cushing Syndrome
    5. Sheehan Syndrome
    1. Polycystic Ovaries
    2. Sheehan Syndrome
    3. Pituitary adenoma
    4. Breast cancer
    5. Hyperthyroidsm
    1. Granulosa Theca Cells
    2. Fibroblasts
    3. Epithelial covering
    4. Germ cells
    5. Smooth Muscles

    Author of lecture Anovulatory Cycle

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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