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In many pathophysiological situations, an overproduction of certain prostaglandins or related compounds is suspected, for example in dysmenorrhoea, inflammatory diseases, asthma or thrombotic disorders. A subnormal production may however also be at hand, such as is postulated in duodenal ulcer (see above). Theoretically, it should be easier to demonstrate an overproduction of a prostaglandin than an underproduction, at least with a reasonably sensitive assay method. In reality, however, this is not necessarily the case.
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