Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: a review of pathophysiology
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Plasma renin and "prorenin" in essential hypertension during sodium depletion, beta-blockade, and reduced arterial pressure
Production a corpus luteum angiogenic factor responsible for proliferation of capillaries and neovascularization of the corpus luteum
Changes in volume, total protein and ovarian steroid concentrations of peritoneal fluid throughout the human menstrual cycle
Increased collateral arterial and venous endothelial cell turnover after renal artery stenosis in the dog
Effect of progesterone on renal sodium handling in man: relation to aldosterone excretion and plasma renin activity
Fine structural demonstration of acid phosphatase in rabbit germinal epithelium prior to induced ovulation
Human intraovarian interleukin-1 (IL-1) system: highly compartmentalized and hormonally dependent regulation of the genes encoding IL-1, its receptor, and its receptor antagonist
Acute prerenal failure and liver dysfunction in a patient with severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Interleukin-1 alpha increases thecal progesterone production of preovulatory follicles in cyclic hamsters
Direct correlation between plasma renin activity and severity of the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Interleukin-1 beta is more potent than interleukin-1 alpha in suppressing follicle-stimulating hormone-induced differentiation of ovarian granulosa cells
Interleukin-1 stimulates growth and inhibits progesterone secretion in cultures of porcine granulosa cells
Interleukin-1 inhibits follicle stimulating hormone-induced differentiation in rat granulosa cells in vitro
Relationship of gonadotropin-releasing hormone, danazol, and prostaglandin blockade to ovarian enlargement and ascites formation of the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in the rabbit
The value of the cervical score in monitoring ovulation induction for in vitro fertilization: a prospective double-blind study
Plasma prorenin response to human chorionic gonadotropin in ovarian-hyperstimulated women: correlation with the number of ovarian follicles and steroid hormone concentrations
Interleukin 1: an inhibitor of luteinizing hormone receptor formation in cultured rat granulosa cells
Discordance in the effects of interleukin-1 on rat granulosa cell differentiation induced by follicle-stimulating hormone or activators of adenylate cyclase
Increased number of mast cells in the dominant follicle of the cow: relationships among luteal, stromal, and hilar regions
Plasma prorenin in first-trimester pregnancy: relationship to changes in human chorionic gonadotropin
Cyclical secretion of prorenin during the menstrual cycle: synchronization with luteinizing hormone and progesterone
Ultrasonographic and clinical correlates of menotropin versus sequential clomiphene citrate: menotropin therapy for induction of ovulation
Comparative effects of angiotensin and noradrenaline on resistance, capacitance, and precapillary sphincter vessels in cat skeletal muscle
Movement of water, protein and crystalloids between vascular and extra-vascular compartments in heat-exposed men during dehydration and following limited relief of dehydration
Clinical, endocrinologic, and intraovarian prostaglandin F responses to H-1 receptor blockade in the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: studies in the rabbit model
Gonadotropin-binding sites in the rhesus monkey ovary: role of the vasculature in the selective distribution of human chorionic gonadotropin to the preovulatory follicle
The mononuclear phagocyte system of the mouse defined by immunohistochemical localization of antigen F4/80: macrophages of endocrine organs
Plasma estradiol is superior to ultrasound and urinary estriol glucuronide as a predictor of ovarian hyperstimulation during induction of ovulation with menotropins
Diagnosis-specific serum 17 beta-estradiol (E2) upper limits for treatment with menotropins using a 125I direct E2 assay
Fluorescence localization of luteinizing hormone/human chorionic gonadotropin uptake in the primate ovary. II. Changing distribution during selection of the dominant follicle
Features of the Renin-angiotensin system in ascites and pleural effusion during severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Coexistent hemoconcentration and hypoosmolality during superovulation and in severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: a volume homeostasis paradox
Effect of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor on renal function in ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in the rabbit
Subpopulations of human granulosa-luteal cells obtained during early timed and during normally timed follicular aspiration in in-vitro fertilization-embryo transfer cycles
Markedly elevated cytokines in pleural effusion during the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: transudate or ascites?
Increased angiotensin II in ascites during severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: role of early pregnancy and ovarian gonadotropin stimulation
Obstetric outcome of in vitro fertilized pregnancies complicated by severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: a multicenter study
Minimal stimulation IVF using clomiphene citrate and oral contraceptive pill pretreatment for LH suppression
Association between the luteinizing hormone/chorionic gonadotropin receptor (LHCGR) rs4073366 polymorphism and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome during controlled ovarian hyperstimulation
Long-term and age-dependent restoration of visual function in a mouse model of CNGB3-associated achromatopsia following gene therapy
Miscarriage and clinical correlates of leukocyte count in patients with ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Low-molecular-weight dextran infusion is more effective for the treatment of hemoconcentration due to severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome than human albumin infusion
The role of osmoregulation in the pathophysiology and management of severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Hypercoagulability, high tissue factor and low tissue factor pathway inhibitor levels in severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: possible association with clinical outcome
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome and benign intracranial hypertension in pregnancy after in-vitro fertilization and embryo transfer: case report
Patients who failed to conceive following an in vitro fertilization cycle can be clustered into different failure causes using gene expression hierarchical analysis†
Higher melatonin in the follicle fluid and MT2 expression in the granulosa cells contribute to the OHSS occurrence
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome may be more likely if multiple pregnancy occurs following assisted conception
A novel oocyte maturation trigger using 1500 IU of human chorionic gonadotropin plus 450 IU of follicle-stimulating hormone may decrease ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome across all in vitro fertilization stimulation protocols
Diagnostic Complexities in a Case of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome Presented Solely as a Unilateral Massive Hydrothorax.
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