Withdrawal of long-term cabergoline therapy for tumoral and nontumoral hyperprolactinemia.

@article{Colao2003WithdrawalOL,
  title={Withdrawal of long-term cabergoline therapy for tumoral and nontumoral hyperprolactinemia.},
  author={Annamaria Colao and Antonella di Sarno and Paolo Cappabianca and Carolina Di Somma and Rosario Pivonello and Gaetano Lombardi},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={349 21},
  pages={2023-33}
}
BACKGROUND Whether the withdrawal of treatment in patients with nontumoral hyperprolactinemia, microprolactinomas, or macroprolactinomas is safe and effective has been unclear. We performed an observational, prospective study of cabergoline (a dopamine-receptor agonist) withdrawal in such patients. METHODS The study population included 200 patients--25 patients with nontumoral hyperprolactinemia, 105 with microprolactinomas, and 70 with macroprolactinomas. Withdrawal of cabergoline was… CONTINUE READING

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