Prolactinoma associated with transient growth hormone deficiency but persistent growth retardation.

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A 14.8 year old boy was evaluated for galactorrhea of two months duration and growth deceleration for greater than three years. He was 3.7 standard deviations (SD) below the mean for age in height and euthyroid with uncompromised vision, bilateral galactorrhea, and pubertal arrest. MRI demonstrated a 10 x 8 mm left pituitary mass. Bone age was 11.5 years… (More)

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@article{Schwartz1994ProlactinomaAW, title={Prolactinoma associated with transient growth hormone deficiency but persistent growth retardation.}, author={I. Schwartz and Louise Hussey and Jerome A. Grunt and Campbell P. Howard}, journal={The Journal of pediatric endocrinology}, year={1994}, volume={7 1}, pages={69-73} }