follicular fluid

<physiology> A fluid consisting of sex steroid hormones, plasma proteins, mucopolysaccharides, and electrolytes that is present in the vesicular ovarian follicle (graafian follicle) surrounding the ovum. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Follicular Fluid

Fluid that is found inside the follicle that is responsible for cushioning and nourishing the egg. The fluid stimulates the fimbria to grasp the ovary and pull the egg into the fallopian tube at the time of ovulation.
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Follicular Fluid

The fluid inside the follicle that cushions and nourishes the ovum.
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Follicular fluid

Follicular fluid is a liquid which fills the follicular antrum and surrounds the ovum in an ovarian follicle. This fluid is rich in hyaluronic acid, which are being recently used in a modified ICSI called physiological ICSI (PICSI). ...
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