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Prolactinoma

Prolactinoma

A prolactinoma is a non-cancerous swelling in the pituitary gland, which produces too much of a hormone called prolactin. This can cause various symptoms including reduced fertility, breast changes, and headaches. Small prolactinomas (less than 10 mm) are called microprolactinomas. Larger ones (more than 10 mm) are called macroprolactinomas. There is also a rare type called giant prolactinomas, which are more than 4 cm.

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