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Primary hypothyroidism accompanies more than 50% of clinically significant pituitary thyrotroph adenomas. Hypothyroidism may also produce pituitary enlargement secondary to thyrotroph hyperplasia and present with a sellar mass and hyperprolactinemia. Three hypothyroid patients who presented with presumed prolactin-producing adenomas are reported. Although(More)
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