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Question category: Endocrinology

A 40 year old male presents with galactorrhoea. He is otherwise fit and well and is not on any medication. He is found to have a prolactin level of over 2800 mU/L. An MRI is performed and reveals a lesion in the pituitary of 0.8cm. What is the treatment of choice?


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