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What Now?

“What now?” or “What are the next steps?”  are questions I get a lot from people asking me how I’m doing post-surgery. A lot of people assume that just because I finally have the tumour removed, that I am now okay to go about my life. 477 more words


Kathleen (irishlass), Pituitary Bio

Originally from April 30, 2008

I am 65 yo, single, and live alone.

I have a pituitary adenoma. December 5, 2007 I had a pituitary resection, transphenoidal. 80 more words


What You Should Know About Pituitary Tumors

Ask the Experts

Igor Kravets, MD
Endocrinologist, Assistant Professor Division of Endocrinology,
Diabetes and Metabolism
Stony Brook Medicine Raphael Davis, MD 831 more words

The Master Gland and its Tumors

“When you hear hoof beats think of horses before zebras.”
Adage familiar to most doctors, reminding them that most symptoms come from common problems. Author unknown. 1,032 more words

Cushing's Disease

I have a tumor in my brain, and I’m happy about it

I have a tumor I’m happy about, and we need to repeal the 8th amendment. One evening, I came home from a run, went to take a shower, and noticed what looked for all the world like breast milk on my chest. 779 more words

Role of radiosurgery in management of pituitary adenoma-The BNI experience

S Meah, E Youssef, W White

Summary: Researchers conducted this study to determine the efficacy of stereotactic radiosurgery with CyberKnife for the treatment of recurrent pituitary adenoma. 223 more words