Evaluation of family members identified another sister , 43 years, with longstanding oligomenorrhea, who had hyperprolactinemia , with a normal MRI of the pituitary gland . Furthermore, the proband’s father and boy were found to possess persistent hyperprolactinemia, with prolactin levels of 20 ng per milliliter and 21 ng per milliliter , respectively . The family with hyperprolactinemia did not have MEN1 mutations or immunologic abnormalities . S2 in Supplementary Appendix).14,15 Four other family had normal prolactin levels .Additionally, 2015 marks an historical milestone in the wound care community as AAWC commemorates its 20th Anniversary. On September 18 AAWC was incorporated, 1995. Celebrations took place at the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Spring from April 29th to May 3rd in San Antonio, TX.
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