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Guías de la Pituitary Society para el diagnóstico y tratamiento de los prolactinomas
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Felipe F. Casanuevaa, Mark E. Molitchb, Janet A. Schlechtec, Roger Absd, Vivien Bonerte, Marcello D. Bronsteinf, Thierry Brueg, Paolo Cappabiancah, Annamaria Colaoi, Rudolf fahlbuschj, Hugo Fideleffk, Moshe Hadanil, Paul Kellym, David Kleinbergn, Edward Lawsñ, Josef Mareko, Maurice Scanlonp, Luis G. Sobrinhoq, John A.H. Wassr, Andrea Giustinas
a Departamento de Medicina. División de Endocrinología. Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. España
b Division of Endocrinology. Northwestern University. Chicago. Illinois. Estados Unidos
c Department of Internal Medicine. University of Iowa. Iowa City. Iowa. Estados Unidos
d Department of Endocrinology. Universitair Ziekenhuis. Antwerp. Bélgica
e Department of Medicine. Cedars Sinai Medical Center. University of California. Los Angeles. California. Estados Unidos
f Neuroendocrine Unit. University of São Paulo. São Paulo. Brasil
g Department of Endocrinology. Hôpital de la Timone. Université de la Méditerranée. Marsella. Francia
h Department of Neurological Sciences. Università Federico II. Nápoles. Italia
i Department of Endocrinology. Università Federico II. Nápoles. Italia
j Department of Neurosurgery. University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Erlangen. Alemania
k Unidad de Endocrinología. Hospital T. Álvarez. Buenos Aires. Argentina
l Department of Neurosurgery. Sheba Medical Center. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv. Israel
m INSERM U458. Hôpital Necker. París. Francia
n Department of Medicine. New York University. New York. Estados Unidos
ñ Department of Neurosurgery. University of Virginia. Charlottesville. Virginia. Estados Unidos
o Department of Medicine. Charles University. Praga. República Checa
p Department of Medicine. University of Wales. Cardiff. Wales. Reino Unido
q Department of Endocrinology. Portuguese Cancer Institute. Lisboa. Portugal
r Department of Endocrinology. Churchil Hospital. Oxford. Reino Unido
s Department of Internal Medicine. Università di Brescia. Brescia. Italia
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