Radioimmunoassay of some hormones simultaneously measured in serum and breast cyst fluid

Experientia
L S SrivastavaH C Knowles

Abstract

Blood and breast cyst fluid were drawn simultaneously for hormonal determination. There was no difference between serum and cyst fluid values of PRL and TSH. A significant difference was noted for LH (p less than 0.01) and FSH (p less than 0.05), serum concentrations being higher than cyst fluid concentrations.

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