keep your rosaries off my ovaries

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keep your rosaries off my ovaries

slang A phrase that voices support for abortion rights and opposes the Catholic Church's pro-life stance. I don't care what the church says—keep your rosaries off my ovaries!
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Immunostaining of the normal and hyperplasic ovary was quantified using Imagel software (Schneider et al., 2012).
During surgery, the surgeon encountered severe adhesions on the patient's left side and was unable to visualize her left ovary. He decided that what had appeared to be an ovary on US most likely was a fluid collection, and that the patient's left ovary must have been removed at hysterectomy.
Although quite rare and clinically not considered in the initial diagnosis, herein we report a case of undescended ovary mimicking mucocele of the appendix that was presented to our clinic as acute abdomen.
All patients were initially planned without the presence of ovary contours and without regard to ovary dose (standard plan) by an experienced sarcoma planner (Wee-Pin Yeo).
A three-centimeter uniloculated cyst with serous content was observed in the right ovary. The uterus was macroscopically normal.
During laparotomy, which was performed by the department of obstetrics and gynecology, frozen sections were sent from the left ovary, left fallopian tube, and left infundibulopelvic ligament.
In order to investigate the effect of two different hormonal environments on the post natal development of the ovary, we used male hosts previously orchidectomized unilaterally or bilaterally.
Ultrasound evaluation revealed two cystic masses of 7 cms and 2 cms diameter in the left ovary and a 3 cms cyst in the right ovary with hyperechoic Rokytansky nodule visible in it.
Dr Sara Matthews, a consultant gynaecologist at Portland Hospital, London, arranged for the ovary to be re-implanted in Denmark.
Of the 23% with no pathology, some were likely to have requested oophorectomy because of concern for cancer, but only 3.8% of all subjects had "family history of breast, ovary, or other malignancy involving gynecologic organs" listed as an indication.
During present study, attempts were made to treat smooth ovary condition with oral poly herbals.
"Initially, we suspected one of three conditions -- external genitalia where it may seem like a girl but the person has male sex chromosomes; absent ovary syndrome; or a hormonal disorder.
The tubes can be traced on either side to a round object regarded as the ovary. [6]