“The Art of Neuroendocrinology”

The Art of Neuroendocrinology


“The Art of Neuroendocrinology: A case-based approach to medical decision-making” is not your standard textbook of pituitary endocrinology.  This comprehensive collection of works presents unique and interesting, often challenging, real patient cases that illustrate the complexities of medical decision-making, incorporating evidence-based medicine and the practice of medicine, in the evaluation and management of patients with various pituitary disorders. Experts in the field present their illustrative case studies, a related state-of-the-art review of the literature on one or more relevant topics, discuss the diagnostic and/or therapeutic dilemmas, and share their thought processes to reflect their medical decision-making, and review the outcomes of the decisions in their patients.    The purpose of this textbook is to bring together the art of the practice of neuroendocrinology, evidence-based medicine, pertinent clinical guidelines, and everyday problem-solving skills that we employ in the surgical and non-surgical evaluation and management of patients.

The Art of Neuroendocrinology will be available shortly.  An announcement from the publisher will be forthcoming on Pituitary World News with the appropriate links to purchase and download.

For more information you can click here to go to the author’s page at Amazon.com.


About Dr. Lewis Blevins:  

Screen Shot 2015-07-14 at 3.51.48 PMDr. Blevins’ main clinical interests are in the evaluation and management of patients with various disorders of the pituitary gland and hypothalamus. He has particular expertise with regards to Cushing’s syndrome and has edited a book on the subject. He also has extensive experience in treating patients with acromegaly, prolactinoma’s, other pituitary tumors, diabetes insipidus, and hypopituitarism. He has extensive experience in the management of patients with growth hormone deficiency. Dr. Blevins is the medical director of the California Center for Pituitary Disorders at UCSF and a co-founder of Pituitary World News