Published in Blood Weekly, July 14th, 2005
"A case with a presumable abscess in a pituitary tumor is presented. A 20-year-old woman was evaluated for secondary amenorrhea," investigators in Japan reported.
"A mass in the left half of the pituitary gland was found with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). An elevated serum prolactin (PRL) led to an initial diagnosis of pituitary prolactinoma. The administration of oral bromocriptine (2.5 mg per day) led to regular menstrual periods," explained A. Matsuno and colleagues, Teikyo University.
"Two years later, she returned...
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