In ovariectomized, estrogen-treated rats bearing indwelling aortic catheters, continuous inhalation of chloroform or halothane resulted in increases in plasma prolactin levels 10 min after the exposure to the anesthetics. The plasma prolactin levels over the subsequent 2 h, however, were not significantly different from that of the control animals.
Catheter Chloroform Prolactin Control Animal Halothane
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