Template talk:Female reproductive system

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Something needs to be found that is more detailed on the reproductive system (both male and female), specificly, some of the pictures. Some of them don't even contain the lables of the parts spoken of in the article. I've searched online and can't find anything better. I think the best idea would be to present diagrams with the area spoken of lit up, so as to have no confusion with the rest of the parts. Best I can think of is original artwork specificly made for this purpose. Could be done just for the reproductive system; or a project could be started to make it for all pages on the human body. Just a thought. SadanYagci 13:16, 30 December 2006 (UTC)

problem in ovary article

I can't tell what's causing it, but something terrible seems to be happening with this template on the ovary article. mcs (talk) 03:28, 18 October 2010 (UTC)

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