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Mastitis merger[edit]

current pages: Mastitis, puerperal mastitis, nonpuerperal mastitis

related: Breast disease, Duct ectasia of breast, Fibrocystic breast changes, Granulomatous mastitis, Subareolar abscess, Zuska's disease

very old version before split

New structure:


User:Richiez/Inflammations and infections of the breast


  • structure, function, regulation[1]
  • what can we learn from rodents about PRL in humans[2]
  • neuroendocrinology [3]
    • NE control of PRL, TIDA,THDA,PHDA, short loop, TRH
    • patterns: suckling, stress, steroid, light/dark
    • synthesis in brain, hypothalamus, stimulated by ovarian steroids
    • effects:activation of dopamine neurons, maternal behaviour, appetite & body weight, stress response anxiety, regulation of oxytocin neurones, suppression of fertility, neurogenesis and glial cell function
  • osteogenesis [4]
  1. ^ Freeman, M. E.; Kanyicska, B.; Lerant, A.; Nagy, G. (2000). "Prolactin: Structure, function, and regulation of secretion". Physiological reviews. 80 (4): 1523–1631. PMID 11015620. 
  2. ^ Ben-Jonathan, N.; Lapensee, C. R.; Lapensee, E. W. (2007). "What Can We Learn from Rodents about Prolactin in Humans?". Endocrine Reviews. 29 (1): 1–41. doi:10.1210/er.2007-0017. PMC 2244934Freely accessible. PMID 18057139. 
  3. ^ Grattan, D. R.; Kokay, I. C. (2008). "Prolactin: A Pleiotropic Neuroendocrine Hormone". Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 20 (6): 752–763. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2826.2008.01736.x. PMID 18601698. 
  4. ^ Wildburger, R.; Zarkovic, N.; Tonkovic, G.; Skoric, T.; Frech, S.; Hartleb, M.; Loncaric, I.; Zarkovic, K. (1998). "Post-traumatic hormonal disturbances: Prolactin as a link between head injury and enhanced osteogenesis". Journal of endocrinological investigation. 21 (2): 78–86. PMID 9585380. 

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