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  • The surgical treatment of acromegaly. [Review]
  • PPituitary 2016 Oct 21
  • Buchfelder M, Schlaffer SM
  • CONCLUSIONS: For the mentioned reasons, current algorithms of acromegaly management suggest an initial operation, unless the patients are unfit for surgery, refuse an operation or only an unsatisfactory resection is anticipated. A few suggestions are made when a re-operation could be considered.
  • Significance of surgical management for cystic prolactinoma. [Journal Article]
  • PPituitary 2016 Oct 18
  • Ogiwara T, Horiuchi T, … Hongo K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgery for cystic prolactinoma could be a better option. Transsphenoidal surgery is relatively safe to remove the cystic prolactinoma, additionally it can normalize the prolactine level and achieve adequate and rapid decompression of optic chiasm. The risk of transsphenoidal surgery is highly dependent on the skill of the surgeon and treatment decision for cystic prolactinoma needs to be individualized for each patient.
  • Epidemiology of acromegaly: review of population studies. [Review]
  • PPituitary 2016 Oct 14
  • Lavrentaki A, Paluzzi A, … Karavitaki N
  • Acromegaly is a rare condition necessitating large population studies for the generation of reliable epidemiological data. In this review, we systematically analysed the epidemiological profile of th...
  • Update on quality of life in patients with acromegaly. [Review]
  • PPituitary 2016 Oct 11
  • Crespo I, Valassi E, Webb SM
  • In recent years, health-related quality of life (QoL) has been considered an important outcome for clinical management of acromegaly. Poor QoL has been described in acromegalic patients with active d...
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