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PSPGPartial State Position Graph
PSPGPlatform Strategy and Partner Group (Microsoft)
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Effects of progestin-induced pseudopregnancy on endometriosis: clinical and microscopic studies.
During pseudopregnancy, female rats express two daily surges of prolactin for approximately 2 weeks.
Possible examples in Neotropical primates may include pseudopregnancy by females of some taxa, pseudofemale morphology by sub-adult male mantled howlers, and paedomorphic vocalizations (Jones, 1995c).
If owners are distressed by repeated bouts of pseudopregnancy, the bitch should either be bred or undergo ovariohysterctomy.
Lower than expected MSAFP levels are seen when fetal gestational age is overestimated, in maternal Type 1 diabetes, fetal Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) or Trisomy 18 (Edward's syndrome), and in pseudopregnancy (e.