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Guanfacine, a central alpha-adrenoreceptor agonist, may increase growth hormone (GH) secretion. We have investigated the effect of guanfacine upon plasma GH levels in 16 hypertensive non-insulin-dependent diabetic (NIDD) patients. Guanfacine (1 to 2 mg/day/os) was administered for six months, and GH measured in basal plasma samples before and after(More)
Long-acting im bromocriptine was administered to 7 patients with pituitary macroadenomas (4 acromegalics, 1 Nelson's syndrome and 2 prolactinomas), with good tolerance except during the first 24 h. During a 42-day period hormonal, CT-scan and visual field variations were followed. In acromegalics HGH decrease was not evident, except in some isolated sample.(More)
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