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  • =What is the Pituitary Gland?= [[File:Pituitary.jpg]]
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  • '''After Your Transsphenoidal (Pituitary) Surgery''' ...asonably safe to discharge you from the hospital following transsphenoidal pituitary surgery there are a number of important situations that may arise. Most peo
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  • ...gs.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=19291&st=80 Kate's Top Ten List of Pituitary Surgery Observations (In No Particular Order)] 10. Transnasal transsphenoidal endoscopic pituitary microadenectomy: as close to drive-through brain surgery as you can get!
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  • [[Category:Pituitary]]
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  • [[Category:Pituitary]]
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  • =Pituitary= About the [[Pituitary_Gland|Pituitary Gland]] and [[Pituitary_Hormones|Pituitary Hormones]]
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  • ...l resection at NIH (Dr. Oldfield) Nov 3, 1897<br />Fall 1999, learned that pituitary gland was shutting down. Becoming adrenal insufficient because of it.<br / #'''Melissa, Texas/California''' <br /> Pituitary surgery #1: June 2009.<br />Pituitary surgery # 2: April 20, 2011<br />[post op labs on day 5 and 16 show high AC
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  • ...by the adrenal glands. Adrenal glands may stop functioning when either the pituitary or hypothalamus fails to produce sufficient amounts of the appropriate horm ...cessive pigmentation doesn't occur when adrenal insufficiency is caused by pituitary or hypothalamus insufficiency, conditions in which the basic problem is a d
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  • [[Category:Pituitary]]
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  • ...you have an ACTH-dependent tumor (secreting ACTH) somewhere other than the pituitary – most commonly on the lungs, but not the adrenals…that would be an ACT ...shing’s Disease only if you have an ACTH-dependent tumor located on your pituitary gland. Just as an FYI – these tumors are usually referred to as “adenom
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  • ...st rate of remission is currently surgery to remove the tumor (s) from the pituitary, adrenal gland, or ectopic source. [[Category:Pituitary]]
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  • ...uple of years. Plus, there are several types such as adrenal, ectopic, and pituitary. And so on"....Amazingly, some doctors do not realize that there are differ For instance, a doctor might rule out a pituitary tumor and completely dismiss the patient, even with biochemical evidence of
    2 KB (234 words) - 07:47, 11 December 2014
  • ...ng's patients can easily heal with no repercussions after Cushing's. After pituitary surgery or a Bilateral Adrenalectomy (BLA), life is great and being "cured" ...ally quoted that on a slide presentation. It takes at least one year after pituitary surgery, for instance, to even manage hormones effectively. Surgery is inva
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  • ...the adrenal glands to produce enough cortisol. However, in many cases; the pituitary gland does not resume normal functioning and leaves a person adrenally insu [[Category:Pituitary]]
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