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Reminder of important clinical lesson
Precocious puberty and a sellar mass
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    ADULT OR CHILD-THE PICTURE IS DECEPTIVE

    Dear Editor

    We are pleased to go through the interesting articles published by BMJ Case Reports. Having gone through this article ,the lesson is very good, but the fig 1A looks that of an adolscent--just look on the upper arm and elbow. Also thyroid hormone replacement alone leading to regression of such a big mass, does not explain why tumors from other pitutary cell types do not regress without other intevent...

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