Genitalia, Female

Publication Title: 
The Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society
Author(s): 
Kroger, W. S.
Publication Title: 
Reproductive Toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.)

Toxic effects of beryllium salts on the reproductive organs of cyclic adult female albino rats have been studied. An attempt was made to overcome these effects using an Ayurvedic medicine Liv-52 (Himalaya Drug Co., Bombay). Liv-52-primed rats (1 mL/rat/day for 15 days) were exposed to beryllium nitrate intravenously and were sacrificed at different time intervals. At autopsy ovary, uterus, cervix, and vagina were processed for biochemical and histopathologic examination.

Author(s): 
Mathur, R.
Mathur, S.
Prakash, A. O.
Publication Title: 
Biology of Reproduction

Soy isoflavonoids have well-established estrogenic properties in cell culture and rodent models, raising concerns that high isoflavonoid intake may promote development of uterine and breast cancers. To address this concern we evaluated the effects of high-dose isoflavonoid supplements on reproductive tissues in a postmenopausal primate model.

Author(s): 
Wood, Charles E.
Appt, Susan E.
Clarkson, Thomas B.
Franke, Adrian A.
Lees, Cynthia J.
Doerge, Daniel R.
Cline, J. Mark
Publication Title: 
Journal of the Formosan Medical Association = Taiwan Yi Zhi

Development of secondary lower extremity lymphedema after cervical cancer is common. However, severe lymphedema of the female genitalia and vesicular cutaneous lymphatic reflux without lower limb lymphedema after treatment of cervical cancer is rare. We report successful complex decongestive physiotherapy (CDP) in a 53-year-old female who developed recurrent folliculitis, lymphocutaneous reflux, warty change of the right labium majora, and lymphedema involving the external genitalia after receiving hysterectomy, pelvic lymph node dissection, and radiation.

Author(s): 
Liao, Su Fen
Huang, Mu Shen
Chou, Ya Hui
Wei, Ta Sen
Publication Title: 
Aging Cell

Age-related ovarian failure in women heralds the transition into postmenopausal life, which is characterized by a loss of fertility and increased risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and cognitive dysfunction. Unfortunately, there are no options available for delaying loss of ovarian function with age in humans. Rodent studies have shown that caloric restriction (CR) can extend female fertile lifespan; however, much of this work initiated CR at weaning, which causes stunted adolescent growth and a delayed onset of sexual maturation.

Author(s): 
Selesniemi, Kaisa
Lee, Ho-Joon
Tilly, Jonathan L.
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