[Bromocriptine-induced pleuropneumopathy].


A 64-year-old man was diagnosed to have Parkinson's disease when aged 42 years and since then has been treated with levodopa and benserazide (up to 875 mg daily). Bromocriptine (up to 35 mg daily) was added to the medication 9 years ago. 3 1/2 years ago he developed exertional dyspnoea (NYHA class II-III) and lost 5 kg in weight. Chest radiography… (More)


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@article{Schmid1994BromocriptineinducedP, title={[Bromocriptine-induced pleuropneumopathy].}, author={Philipp Schmid and Theo M Suter and Ruedi Speich and Franz Robert Eberli and Peter Greminger}, journal={Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift}, year={1994}, volume={119 45}, pages={1543-6} }