THE methods developed by the Szent-Györgyi school1 offer a possibility of characterizing and explaining the well-known differences which exist between the pregnant and the non-pregnant uterus. I have applied these methods to the study of human and animal uteri under normal conditions, in different stages of pregnancy and in certain pathological cases.
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