Diagnosing Pituitary Disorders
Anyone suffering from a constellation of complaints/clinical findings suspicious for pituitary disease should consult with their primary care physician. Pituitary disorders are usually diagnosed with hormone tests and a brain MRI and include:
- Non-Functional Adenomas
- Functional Tumors
Various combinations of the following symptoms may suggest a pituitary tumor:
- Sexual dysfunction
- Galactorrhea (spontaneous lactation)
- Drastic changes in physical appearance
- Obesity (specifically abdominal)
- Severe vision problems
- Easy bruising
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Irregular or absent periods
- Early menopause
If you have been diagnosed with a pituitary disorder, our experts will use state-of-the-art equipment to assess your condition and determine the best treatment options for you.
Diagnostic capabilities include:
- Endocrine tests appropriate to each pituitary condition
- Neuroradiology team performing CT (computed tomography), image-guided biopsy, CT Angiography (CTA), Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
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