Growth hormone and prolactin response to bromocriptine in patients with Huntington's chorea.

@article{Chalmers1978GrowthHA,
  title={Growth hormone and prolactin response to bromocriptine in patients with Huntington's chorea.},
  author={Rorert Chalmers and Ralph H. Johnson and H J Keogh and Ravinder Nanda},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={1978},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={135-9}
}
The growth hormone (hGH) and prolactin (hPRL) responses to oral bromocriptine were studied in two groups of patients with Huntington's chorea and in seven healthy control subjects. The patients included six patients who had previously been treated with phenothiazines and six patients who had not received phenothiazine treatment. All medication was stopped 72 hours before the investigation which involved taking blood samples for up to 210 minutes after taking bromocriptine (2.5 mg). Plasma… CONTINUE READING

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