Ovulation Induction, Pregnancy and Delivery in a Patient with Partial Hypopituitarism due to Lymphocystic Hypophysitis: A Case Report
Lymphocystic hypophysitis is an unusual autoimmune disease that causes partial or total hypopituitarism and often associated with chronic anovulation. We report a case of ovulation induction, uneventful pregnancy and vaginal delivery in one of our patient with lymphocystic hypophysitis.
Key words: Lymphocystic hypophysitis, chronic anovulation and ovulation induction.
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