Some Pituitary Tumors May Increase Risk of Relapse After Surgery

Some Pituitary Tumors May Increase Risk of Relapse After Surgery

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Some Pituitary Tumors May Increase Risk of Relapse After Surgery

A type of tumor in the brain’s pituitary gland, which causes Cushing’s disease, has been found to be more invasive, and its presence lowers the likelihood of remission following surgery. According to scientists, these study findings support the need to identify types of pituitary tumors to minimize post-surgical relapse. The study, “Clinical, Biological, Radiological Pathological and Immediate Post-Operative Remission of Sparsely and Densely Granulated Corticotroph Pituitary Tumors: A Retrospective Study of a Cohort of 277…

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