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29(2):80-6. Homburg R, West C, Brownell J, Jacobs HS. (1990) A double-blind study comparing a new non-ergot, long-acting dopamine agonist, CV 205–502, with bromocriptine in women with hyperprolactinaemia, Clin Endocrinol (Oxford) 32 , pp. 565–571. 38 Basic Gynecology – Some Related Issues Hou SH, Grossman S, Molitch ME. (1985) Hyperprolactinaemia in patient with renal insufficiency and chronic renal failure requiring haemodialysis or chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Am. J. Kidney Dis. 6, pp.

Dosage changes were made every 2 to 3 months until PRL levels stabilized. 5 mg/day) was reached. In another recent study by Di sarno and his colleges (Di Sarno, et al; 2001) CAB, given up to a maximal dose of 7 mg/wk for 2 years, normalized serum PRL levels in 82% of patients with a macroadenoma and 90% of patients with a microadenoma within 6 months of initiating treatment. Normalization of PRL occurred in 64% of macroadenoma patients and 56% of microadenoma patients treated with BC for 2 years.

J Clin Endocrinol Metab; 69: 470-474. Teasdale E, Teasdale G, Mohsen F, MacPherson P. , Clin Radiol 37:227. Testa G, Vegetti W, Motta T, Alagna F, Bianchedi D, Carlucci C, Bianchi M, Parazzini F, Crosignani PG. (1998) Two-year treatment with oral contraceptives in hyperprolactinaemic patients, Contraception 58:69-73. Touraine P, Plu-Bureau G, Beji C, Mauvais-Jarvis P, Kuttenn F. (2001) Long-term follow-up of 246 hyperprolactinaemic patients, Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand 80, pp. 162–168. Turkalj I, Braun P, Krupp P.

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