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Subject: Pathology

A 22 year old female presents with amenorrhea and galactorrhea. A pregnancy test is negative and an MRI shows an abnormality inferior to the optic chiasm. What pre-operative treatment would be most appropriate?

A - Propylthiouracil
B - Orlistat
C - Sibutramine
D - Bromocriptine
E - Octreotide
F - Oxytocin
G - Desmopressin

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books.google.co.in/books?id...and%20galactorrhea&f=false


bromocriptine


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DD


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D





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