L J Judd

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Previous studies, both in animals and humans, have demonstrated that the intravenous or intraventricular administration of endogenous opioids and opiates produce dose dependent increases in plasma concentrations of prolactin. Notably, in humans, intravenous infusion of centrally active cholinomimetic drugs, such as physostigmine or arecoline, may produce(More)
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