Subarachnoid metastases from a prolactinoma.


A 37-year-old man developed a left frontal metastasis from a prolactin-secreting pituitary tumour, which had been operated on nine years before. The metastatic tumour was totally excised. One and a half years later he was found to have multiple left temporal and parietal subarachnoid metastases. Because treatment with bromocriptine for five months and… (More)


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