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Physiology of the Puerperium. Anatomic changesUterusLochia-name given to blood and other necrotic debris shed from the uterusUterus does not scar- tissue replaced by new growth from the basal endometriumProliferative endometrium persists for about six weeks and first menses normally anovulatory.

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