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Study Highlights Importance of Clinical Follow-Up in Cushing’s Patients After Adenoma Removal

A rare case of Cushing’s syndrome (CS) in a 17-year-old patient with multiple pituitary adenomas highlights the importance of clinical follow-up in order to determine the best treatment options for patients. 450 more words

Cushing's

Bye Bye, Baby

Today is a good day for truths, nonfictional tales and acknowledgement of things I’d rather not deal with.

I have a brain tumor. Yeah, yeah, me and a bunch of other people. 1,106 more words

Afternoon Of Sundries

A Retrospective Review of 34 Cases of Pediatric Pituitary Adenoma

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Purpose

The purpose of this paper is to study invasiveness, tumor features and clinical symptoms of pediatric pituitary adenoma, and to discuss some inconclusive results in prior studies. 904 more words

Pituitary

Classification and Severity of Diabetes Insipidus

Interesting classification of DI, taken from Neurology India, groups DI into mild and severe based on some clinical and lab findings.

This was their protocol for diagnosis and management of DI in patients who underwent craniopharyngioma surgery. 248 more words

It's All in Your Head

Before I was diagnosed with Cushing’s Disease, I had a lot of days where I felt incredibly sick, scared, anxious, depressed. A lot of people always said, “It’s all in your head”. 440 more words

Cushing's Disease

Kathryn (Kathryn), Pituitary Bio

Originally posted February 7, 2008

Hello,
My name is Kathryn and I am new to the site. I know it sounds silly but I feel a bit shy and embarrased about introducing myself. 140 more words

Pituitary

And Hearts are Brave Again

On 17 March 2017 I was diagnosed with a tumor that is neither malignant nor benign.

That this particular brand of tissue growth tends not to metastasize was welcome news indeed, and you’d better believe I thanked God for it. 1,687 more words

Faith