The common parasite Toxoplasma gondii induces prostatic inflammation and microglandular hyperplasia in a mouse model.

BACKGROUND Inflammation is the most prevalent and widespread histological finding in the human prostate, and associates with the development and progression of benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer. Several factors have been hypothesized to cause inflammation, yet the role each may play in the etiology of prostatic inflammation remains unclear… (More)