Pituitary Adenoma

The human body contains a pea-shaped master gland, which is located at the center of the human brain. It may be considered as a source and storage of multiple hormones that move around our entire body. Besides, the pituitary gland keeps a close watch on certain vital physical processes and also helps many other glands produce a range of hormones.
Therefore, if you feel the growth of a tumor in your pituitary gland, you should immediately rush to the best neurosurgeon in India and Lucknow. Any negligence or delay on your part may be fatal as pituitary tumors can damage the entire body functionality by disturbing the ideal hormone levels.

General Symptoms

There are several types of pituitary adenoma tumors; the most recurrent of them are craniopharyngiomas, Rathke’s cleft cysts, and adenomas. The relevant signs and symptoms vary from persistent headaches and vision impairment.

Applicable Diagnosis

The patient may have to undergo one of the following tests:

  • Endocrine evaluation
  • MRI scan
  • Petrosal sinus sampling
  • Visual Field Acuity Test

Necessary Treatments

The main objective and obligation on the part of neurosurgeons are to pull up the very existence of the tumor from the pituitary gland. The patient’s hormone levels are re-established through medications. However, the neurosurgeon may have to perform various treatment procedures such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and endocrine therapy, either separately or in combination.

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