lactating breast

lactating breast

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Conclusion: The present study could be employed to predict lactating breast health.
6) Coincidental tuberculosis of the faucial tonsils of suckling infants has been suggested as one of the common routes of spread of breast tuberculosis from the suckling infant to the nipple and in turn to the lactating breast via lactiferous ducts.
She continues her presentation of scientific information about the benefits of breastfeeding as well as an anatomy lesson on the lactating breast in easily digestible terms.
Tuberculous mastitis is more commonly seen in females of reproductive age group, however, especially during the lactation period, when they are more susceptible since the lactating breast is more vascular and predisposed to trauma.
MRI scans record the maternal brain response to different stimuli during breast- feeding, and ultrasound studies report new findings on the anatomy of the lactating breast, the milk ejection reflex, and the way the infant feeds.
Moreover, perchlorate may concentrate in milk because the NIS protein is induced in lactating breast tissue by prolactin (Tazebay et al.
Many normal tissues--including salivary glands, gastrointestinal mucosa, gonads, and lactating breast tissue--have the ability to concentrate radioactive iodine under normal circumstances.
Puerperal mastitis is an infection of the lactating breast most commonly caused by Staphylococcus aureus, although Escherichia coli or Streptococcus species may also be involved.
TB mastitis is more commonly seen in females of reproductive age group, especially during the lactation period when they are more susceptible, as the lactating breast is more vascular and predisposed to trauma.
Mammography of the lactating breast is routinely done for benign lesions.