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Isolated galactorrhea with normal serum prolactin levels: clinical implications

, : Isolated galactorrhea with normal serum prolactin levels: clinical implications. Southern Medical Journal 69(11): 1441-1444

Detailed endocrine-metabolic studies were performed on 5 women who were otherwise well but who had inappropriate mammary gland secretions for variable periods of time (3 months to 16 yr).


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