2. An Early Ovarian Pregnancy (1908)

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Bryce TH Teacher JH and Munro Kerr JM. Contributions To The Study Of The Early Development And Imbedding Of The Human Ovum 2. An Early Ovarian Pregnancy. (1908) James Maclehose and Sons. Glasgow.

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Note this paper was published in 1908 and our understanding of early development has improved since this historic human study.

See also the later paper by one of the same authors:

Teacher JH. On the implantation of the human ovum and the early development of the trophoblast. (1925) J Obst. Gynaecol. 31(2); 166-217.

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Contributions To The Study Of The Early Development And Imbedding Of The Human Ovum

2. An Early Ovarian Pregnancy

By Thomas H. Bryce; John H. Teacher And John M. Munro Kerr, M.D.

Obstetric Physician To The Maternity Hospital And Gynaecologist To The Western Infirmary, Glasgow


With Ten Plates And Twelve Figures In The Text

Glasgow James Maclehose And Sons

Publishers To The University 1908

Preface

The following memoir combines in one publication two separate papers which deal with the processes involved in the imbedding of the human ovum. They have been associated because of the complementary nature of the evidence they afford regarding the histological characters and the activities of the trophoblast. Each breaks new ground, in respect that while the first paper embodies a description of the earliest phase of the human ovum yet recorded, the second deals with the earliest case of ovarian pregnancy hitherto reported.


The fact that the extremely early ovum described in the first paper is a unique specimen presenting features which have not up to the present been observed, necessitated profuse illustration both by coloured plates and photographic figures. This has rendered the production a costly one, and we desire to express our obligations to the Carnegie Trust of the Scottish Universities for giving us a grant towards the expenses of publication.


University of Glasgow,

July 15th 1908.


Contents

Paper No. II. An Early Ovarian Pregnancy

Introduction

History of the Case

Naked-eye Description of the Specimen

Description of the Sections

Discussion of Data

Summary of some other Cases of Ovarian Pregnancy

Relations of Ovum to Lutein Tissue

Origin of Lutein Cells in Human Subject

Process of Imbedding in Ovarian Pregnancy

Origin of Plasmodium

List of Works Cited


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Reference

Bryce, T.H. & Teacher, J.H. (1908). An Early Ovum Imbedded In The Decidua. Glasgow: James Maclehose and Sons.

Bryce, T.H., Teacher, J.H. & Munro Kerr, J.M. (1908). An Early Ovarian Pregnancy. Glasgow: James Maclehose and Sons.


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