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Do children grow out of a pituitary tumor?

Children do not grow out of a pituitary tumor. Pituitary tumors are rare in children-but they do happen. If they are left untreated-they will not go away. However,it is possible that a child will have a pituitary tumor that never presents any symptoms.

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