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Research Article

Prevalence of Mastopathy Among Women of Tashkent City

Toshmatova GA1

On average, ¾ women appealing to the clinic with benign breast diseases have mastopathies which has a tendency to
progress in the last five years. Out of the total incidence of women with mastopathy has a leading place in: diseases of the genitourinary system, endocrine disorders of nutritional and metabolic systems, diseases of the digestive organs, blood and blood-forming organs, respiratory organs.

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Review Article

Relationship in Prolactin and Tsh Serum Levels with Male Infertility

Alberto Aguilera Iracheta1, Felipe Arturo Morales Martinez1, Sara Patricia Peña Lizola1, Eunice Fernanda Diaz Cruz1, Cesar Alessandro Ramos Delgado1

There are few studies in men to determine the role of thyroid hormones and prolactin in male infertility. Among the studies conducted, Corrales et al. (1990) analyzed semen samples in patients with hypothyroidism and found that it adversely affected sperm quality by compromising ejaculate volume and sperm motility [1]. Krassas et al. (2008) conducted another study in men with hypothyroidism and found alterations in morphology and decreased motility [2]. On the other side, Clyde et al. (1976) studied infertile patients with hypertiroidism, reporting oligospermia and decreased motility, which were corrected after the patients received treatment [3].

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Review Article

Toxicity of A Pesticide Mixture to Pregnant Mice and Their Pups with Special Concern to Ameliorative Effect of Vitamin E

Marwa gad*

This study evaluates toxicity of a mixture of three pesticides (atrazine, chlorpyrifos and endosulfan; ACE) added to the rodent diet allowing the mice to ingest the equivalent of the Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI: 0.005, 0.01 and 0.006 mg/kg body weight /day, respectively), in addition to oral administration of vitamin E (α-tocopherol; 100 ul / mouse). During gestation (21d), the mouse dams were received one of the following treatments: (a) diet free of ACE; (b) diet enriched with ACE; (c) diet free of ACE + oral vitamin E; and (d) diet enriched with ACE + oral vitamin E.

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