Non-lactational breast abscesses are often sub-areolar and were first described as fistulas of lactiferous
ducts by Zuska et al.
The in situ carcinomas were present in lactiferous
The result is the increased number of polymorphonuclear (PMN) by recruitment and epithelial desquamation of lactiferous
ducts and udder cistern .
Moreover, at this stage, high levels of immune cells from the plasma reach the lactiferous
alveoli through the bloodstream, which increase the pH due to the alkaline nature of the plasma, reaching a maximum of 8.3 to 8.7.
(2,3) A galactocele is a milk-filled cyst from overdistension of a lactiferous
infusion "stimulate the 6-10ml of a 1:2 tincture in lactiferous
vessels to divided doses (weekly dose an increased secretion 40-70ml) during the period of Note: this herb is subject lactation" (Lloyd 1898), to quality issues which though this is followed can have marked effect on by a reference to its efficacy (author's clinical lack of use at the time.
The weak to negligible activity of protein in tissue sections of mastitic cattle in present study could be due to degenerative changes present in the parenchymatous cells, atrophy of lactiferous
acini along with connective tissue proliferation and impaired activity of endoplasmic reticulum.
The Prophet, may Allah bless him and give him peace, used to say in his supplication, "O Allah, render my sustenance most bountiful during my old age and toward the ending of my lifespan." (56) And so it was, for it was accrued for him, toward the end of his life, forty lactiferous
sheep (shatan halubatan), Fadak, (57) and a share in Khaybar.
Milk travels from the alveoli, via ductules, into the lactiferous
ducts that open on to the surface of the nipple.
sap from the resin canals in the mango peel contains several caustic compounds that will burn the skin of people harvesting the fruit and the skin of the fruit being harvested if not managed appropriately.
those of mammary Paget's disease ascend to the epidermis from lactiferous
ducts, whereas those of EMPD originate in the epidermis itself.8 The level of invasion of Paget's cells in EMPD can be classified into three grades: in situ in epidermis, microinvasion into the papillary dermis and deep invasion into the reticular dermis or subcutaneous tissue.9 According to this classification our case can fall into the third grade.