ea0035p904 | Pituitary Clinical (<emphasis role="italic">Generously supported by IPSEN</emphasis>) | ECE2014
, Pisarek Hanna
, Swietoslawski Jacek
, Fuss-Chmielewska Julita
, Winczyk Katarzyna
Introduction: Macroforms of prolactin (PRL), the most often macroprolactin (MaPRL), may be the cause of about 25% cases of laboratory diagnosed hyperprolactinaemia. Macroprolactin is usually quantified by polyethylene glycol precipitation, however, the cut-off value (that means the calculated recovery ratio of monomeric PRL) has not been precisely determined and has rather unsatisfactory diagnostic specificity. Therefore, it is suggested that the evaluation of hyperprolactinae...