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A parcel of real estate; usually refers to a large area of land.

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An Iranian study 14 showed that reproductive tract infection (RTIs), pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and menstrual dysfunction were the three main morbidities with a prevalence of 37.
Since the 1950s, scientists have believed that androgens produced by embryonic testes, promote the survival of the male reproductive tract.
A total of 228 women among the study population had the symptoms suggestive of reproductive tract infections accounting for prevalence of RTI as 45.
Reproductive tract infections (RTIs) are perhaps as old as human civilization itself and vaginal discharge is one of the common reason for gynecological consultation.
Reproductive tract infections among women in a perurban under privileged area in Bangalore, India: knowledge, prevalence and treatment seeking behavior.
However, the correlation between the reproductive tract infections during pregnancy and the perinatal mortality is rarely reported.
Gross examination of the isolated reproductive tract revealed a firm multilobular mass with 15.
Our study found that one in 10 women developed an infection of the surgical wound or reproductive tract following caesarean section.
5] Sarcoid involving the male reproductive tract is rare.
The protein, DEFB126, coats sperm and allows it to penetrate mucus in the female reproductive tract.
EmbryoGen contains a natural cytokine growth factor (GM-CSF) expressed throughout the woman's reproductive tract.

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