Cardiac effects of hyperprolactinemiatherapy withdopamine agonists
Keywords:hyperprolactinemia, dopamine agonists, Parkinson’s disease, cabergoline
A number of publications of the 1990s found an association between the development of disease of the heart valves and the use of dopamine agonists in patients receiving treatment for Parkinson’s disease. Therefore, it became necessary to investigate the possible risks of valve disease in patients with hyperprolactinemia receiving treatment with dopamine agonists, in order to improve the recommendations.
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