From Lewis S Blevins, Jr. M.D. – Long-term follow-up of patients with pituitary disorders is essential for many reasons. Firstly, those patients who have been rendered disease-free are always at risk for recurrence. While long-term
In today’s podcasts, Dr. Blevins talks about the genesis of pseudo Cushing’s syndrome and illustrates a fascinating case of pseudo Cushing’s syndrome due to alcohol ingestion.
This book, edited by world-renowned clinicians and editors Dr. Manish Aghi and Dr. Lewis Blevins, delivers a guide to medical decision-making on diagnosing and treating acromegaly.
COR2ED is an independent medical education company based in Europe. They have partnered with a scientific committee comprising endocrinologists, nurses, and patient advocacy groups (WAPO and INCA) to develop two surveys to explore the injection
A commentary from Lewis S. Blevins Jr. M.D. – Dr. Lewis Blevins reviews a recent article published by Mohyeldin and others from Stanford University in Scientific Reports.
From Dr. Ezequiel (Eze) Goldschmidt and UCSF Health Medconnection a collection of minimally invasive skull base surgery cases. UCSF’s Ezequiel (Eze) Goldschmidt, MD, PhD, is a neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive techniques, including the endoscopic endonasal
From the University of California, San Francisco, (UCSF) MedConnection comes a fascinating article about a patient with a giant pituitary adenoma removed via endoscopic endonasal surgery.
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.
In today’s podcast directed to physicians, PWN co-founder Dr. Lewis Blevins discusses the drug Recolev® (levoketoconazole) recently approved by the FDA to treat endogenous Cushing’s Syndrome.
In this podcast directed to physicians, Dr. Lewis Blevins shares his vast experience of 30 years treating patients with central hypothyroidism.
Dr. Lewis Blevins’ discussion on the postoperative evaluation and management of patients with hypercortisolism is technical and directed to physicians, but we encourage everyone to listen to it.