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Detailed histological analysis of ovaries obtained from 25 women by ovariectomy for medical reasons demonstrated that the degeneration of the cyclic corpus luteum is a long process, taking several cycles. The ages of the various regressing corpora lutea were identified to permit classification of the side of ovulation during the preceding 4 or 5 cycles. In the 25 women studied, with regular menstrual cycles of 28 \m=+-\ 3 days (48 cycles), ovulation occurred most often (87\m=.\6%) in an alternating manner.doi:10.1530/jrf.0.0700007 pmid:6694153 fatcat:64bqdiohgvbn3gle6ph3qriuia