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How would a diagnosis of both a benign pituitary tumor (microadenoma) and arrhythmia generally affect life expectancy and general health in the future for a 25 year old female? Of course this will depend very much on the specifics of each case, but should you in the average case expect to be able to live a full normal life? My understanding is that both conditions generally can be treated quite well separately, but is this no longer the case when being diagnosed with both simultaneously?

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