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B Unilateral patency of the tubes. The gas passage is set at 100 mm Hg. After a gradual increase of the pressure to 110 mm Hg the graph shows high amplitudes, which are also modulated by pulse-waves. Flow is 100 ml per min at 300 mm Hg in the intercontainer. C Spasm of the tubes or the uterus. With spastic patients the pressure can be painlessly increased to 200 to 250 mm Hg step by step in intervals of 1 min each. A sudden decrease of the pressure graph and flow, as in A, is typical. D, E Peripheral or intramural stenosis.
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S. s. By following this concept one can hope to reach a higher consensus between the diagnoses of different histologists. s. ca. s. , the microcarcinoma (Table 3). ca. and differs from it only by the smaller size and, therefore, Table 3 remains clinically occult, as a "preclinical" Normal epitheli um carcinoma. Most characteristic is, in our + ////////////////// opinion, the netlike arrangement of the Dysplas ia - - - - - - - , epithelial strands infiltrating only the superficial layer of the stroma.