In this podcast oriented to physicians, Dr. Lewis Blevins talks about a case of a patient with a pituitary lesion called a hemangiopericytoma invasive in the right cavernous sinus. Although the content is technical, patients and other interested parties may find the discussion interesting.
From the desk of PWN cofounder Lewis S. Blevins, Jr. M D – Social media has been a springboard for misinformation, and the spread of such, regarding a wide variety of topics. Politics. Sports. Education.
Two outstanding informational webinars were made available to Pituitary World News by Dr. Lewis Blevins, co-founder and medical director of the California Center for Pituitary Disorders at UCSF Medical Center. These webinars are designed primarily
A presentation from Lewis Blevins, M.D. Pituitary World News cofounder and Medical Director of the California Center for Pituitary Disorders at UCSF on the emerging clinical insights of hypercortisolism. Click here to view the presentation.
From our friends at UCSF: Read this great update with links to articles on telemedicine for patients with pituitary disorders, making surgery safer during the Covid-19 pandemic, common mistakes made when treating patients with central hypothyroidism,
Two cases where patients’ lack of follow-up leads to complications that likely could have been avoided.
A compelling, detailed account of a pituitary patient’s experience with COVID-19 everyone should listen. As the virus takes hold in what is undoubtedly the worst phase of this pandemic, we urge you to follow all
Not surprisingly, COVID-19 appears to have significantly impacted pituitary patients’ access to healthcare. Our brief survey elicited information from respondents on their experiences and attitudes towards obtaining healthcare via telemedicine. Dr. Blevins shares the findings
From Lewis S Blevins, Jr., M.D. – Today on Dr. Blevins’ Corner: An elderly man underwent removal of the thyroid gland many years ago due to an overactive thyroid as a result of a goiter. He
In this eye-opening podcast, Dr. Lewis Blevins takes an in-depth look at the science of interpreting pituitary lab results and shares some of the things physicians think about when viewing results. Here’s an excerpt of