Burns, hypertrophic scar and galactorrhea

@article{Karimi2013BurnsHS,
  title={Burns, hypertrophic scar and galactorrhea},
  author={H. Karimi and S. Nourizad and M. Momeni and H. Rahbar and M. Momeni and K. Farhadi},
  journal={Journal of Injury and Violence Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={117 - 119}
}
Abstract: An 18-year old woman was admitted to Motahari Burn Center suffering from 30% burns. Treatment modalities were carried out for the patient and she was discharged after 20 days. Three to four months later she developed hypertrophic scar on her chest and upper limbs. At the same time she developed galactorrhea in both breasts and had a disturbed menstrual cycle four months post-burn. On investigation, we found hyperprolactinemia and no other reasons for the high level of prolactin were… Expand
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