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Changes in the extracellular and blood spaces of the uterus were assessed from the distribution volumes of 51Cr-EDTA and 51Cr-labelled red blood cells during the development and regression of the artificially induced decidual cell reaction in ovariectomized, steroid-treated mice. The normally high values for uterine extra cellular space (0\ m=. \ 35\ p=n-\ 0\ m=. \ 40\g=m\l/mg) fell to less than 0\m=.\20\g=m\l/mgin association with decidual growth. Uterine blood space increased from arounddoi:10.1530/jrf.0.0900191 pmid:2231541 fatcat:plx5imlduvfjdkp7mc5ip5khuu