Gonadotropin secreting pituitary adenoma associated with erythrocytosis: case report and literature review.

BACKGROUND Most pituitary adenomas with FSH- or LH-positive immunohistochemistry are endocrinologically silent, and neurological symptoms due to their large volume are the first clinical signs; they are rarely reported to be secreting gonadotropins, this usually occurring in cases with clinical endocrine findings. Gonadotropinomas are often treated… CONTINUE READING