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The Pituitary Center
Deep Expertise In Every Aspect of Pituitary Disorders
The Johns Hopkins Pituitary Center is a multi-disciplinary center of experts in diagnosing and treating pituitary tumors (non-functioning adenomas, acromegaly, prolactinoma and Cushing disease) and other pituitary disorders such as craniopharyngiomas, Rathke's cleft cysts, diabetes insipidus, hypopituitarism and lymphocytic hypophysitis. With access to the full range of treatments, we offer comprehensive plans individualized for each patient.
Our team of doctors and specialists represents specialties across Johns Hopkins Medicine, including neurosurgery, endocrinology, neuro-ophthalmology, otolaryngology, pathology and radiation oncology, as well as advanced practitioners and nurses skilled in providing specialized care. This diverse team of experts meets monthly to share their insights and confer on patients' treatment.
Pituitary Day 2017
Reserve your spot now
The 9th annual Pituitary Day will take place on October 14, 2017. Patients living with pituitary disorders can hear lectures from our pituitary specialists, see movies of pituitary surgeries and hear from other patients about their experience living with pituitary disease and undergoing surgery. Attendance is free, and patients can bring one guest.
Call 410-955-3921 or reserve your spot by email.
Download the preliminary 2017 Pituitary Day agenda.
Cushing Syndrome and Pituitary Tumor: Neale's Story
Neale Osenburg had a number of health problems due to advanced Cushing syndrome, and sought help from pituitary expert Dr. Roberto Salvatori. After locating a tumor on Neale’s pituitary gland that was causing the Cushing syndrome, Drs. Gary Gallia and Masaru Ishii took on the challenging surgery. With the hormone-secreting tumor gone, Neale is slowly getting back to normal.
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To arrange evaluations and request appointments, patients can call 410-955-9270 to speak with an agent who can begin the scheduling process. Learn more.
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