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BOF: 120

A 56-year-old male presents with a history of impotence, decreased facial hair and a discharge from his nipples. A basal plasma prolactin, taken at non-stressful venepuncture, is raised.

The patient also has gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and hypertension and is on a number of drugs. Which of the following drugs could cause a raised prolactin level?

a)      Omeprazole

b)      Metoclopramide

c)      Lisinopril

d)      Bendrofluazide 

e)      Atenolol

Which of the following diseases does not cause an increase in prolactin levels?

a)      Non-secretory pituitary adenoma

b)      Chronic renal failure

c)      Hypothyroidism

d)      Sarcoidosis

e)      Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

 

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