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The developed equations for human uterine wall tension show a developing human uterus growing throughout gestation.

By Peter Sokolowski (363827), Francis Saison (363828), Warwick Giles (363829), Shaun McGrath (363830), David Smith (37222), Julia Smith (348898) and Roger Smith (10569)


<p>Maximal tension occurs at the anterior and posterior of the uterus. The , , axes are in meters, and the color bar describes uterine wall tension. (<b>A</b>) gestational age of 19 weeks; (<b>B</b>) gestational age of 25 weeks; (<b>C</b>) gestational age of 30 weeks; (<b>D</b>) gestational age of 36 weeks.</p

Topics: Medicine, Biological Sciences, developed, equations, uterine, uterus
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0011037.g007
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