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PITUITARY WORKSHOP

Course Directors:
Anne Klibanski, MD and
Beverly MK Biller, MD
In this didactic course, participants will be exposed to an integrated, multidisciplinary approach in treating patients with pituitary and hypothalamic conditions.
By special arrangement
for physician groups
(of 12 or more)
For more details,
please contact:
Shelly Riley
MGH Office for Visitor
Education Programs
55 Fruit Street
CAM326-510N
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 726-8363
mghvep@partners.org
 
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The Neuroendocrine Clinical Center - A multidisciplinary approach to patients with pituitary and hypothalamic disorders. Including the Neuroendocrine Center Bulletin; A newsletter with information regarding pituitary tumors. Information on acromegaly, Cushing's disease or syndrome, prolactinoma, chromophobe or nonfunctioning pituitary adenoma, and thyrotroph adenomas.
NEUROENDOCRINE BULLETIN
Latest Neuroendocrine Bulletin:

Volume 20, Issue 1, Spring 2013 - Neuroendocrine Bulletin Archive
  • Sellar Masses Are Not Always Pituitary Adenomas – What Are the Diagnostic Possibilities? by Brooke Swearingen, MD
  • Cardiovascular Effects of Acromegaly by Alexander Faje, MD
  • SAVE THE DATE Clinical Endocrinology: 2014 - March 29 – April 2, 2014 (CME Info)
  • Research Studies Available
  • Physicians’ Pituitary Information Service (PPIS) - e-mail pituitary.info@partners.org
  • Supervising Staff and Services Available

PATIENT AND FAMILY INFORMATION
######### The Neuroendocrine Clinical Center offers detailed outpatient evaluation of all disorders affecting the endocrine function of the hypothalamus and pituitary gland, achieved through comprehensive office visits, complete basal and dynamic hormone testing, and coordination of radiological studies and visual field evaluations. Patients are presented at the weekly Neuroendocrine Clinical Conference which is attended by endocrinologists, neurosurgeons, neurologists, and radiation therapy physicians. A diagnostic and therapeutic plan is formulated for each patient and provided to the referring physician.
NEUROENDOCRINE CLINICAL RESEARCH WEB SITES
We are actively recruiting participants for several research studies described on this site and we hope that you will consider participating. We encourage you to investigate the educational material provided regarding pituitary disorders, and please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like further information.
Patients may qualify for research studies in the Neuroendocrine Clinical Center.  We are currently accepting the following categories of patients for screening to determine study eligibility.  Depending on the study, subjects may receive free testing, medication and/or stipends.
Clinical Research Studies (overview)
PHYSICIANS’ PITUITARY INFORMATION SERVICE

In response to continuing developments of new treatments for patients with pituitary disease, the Neuroendocrine Clinical Center offers an Information Service for Physicians, supported by an educational grant from LG Life Sciences and Tercica, Inc.. The purpose is to support physicians in the care of their patients by providing access to the most recent information and research regarding pituitary disease and its treatment.

Physicians with questions may contact:
Dr. Biller or Dr. Klibanski at
617-726-3965 or 1-888-429-6863
e-mail: pituitary.info@partners.org
HOW YOU CAN HELP
The goal of MGH Neuroendocrine Clinical Center is to develop and implement innovative therapies that will benefit people with neuroendocrine and pituitary disorders. The unique multi-disciplinary structure of the MGH Neuroendocrine Clinical Center has helped make our center a recognized leader in this field since it's inception in 1985. Our work enables innovative approaches and treatment to come from investigators directly into clinical care. Your support can make a critical difference in the development of such therapies.
[Neuroendocrine Clinical Home] Profiles of the Neuroendocrine Clinic
The Neuroendocrine Clinical Center was founded in 1985, in order to provide a multidisciplinary approach to patients with pituitary and hypothalamic disorders.

[Neuroendocrine Clinical Home]
Anne Klibanski, M.D., 
Director, Neuroendocrine
Clinical Center

aklibanski@partners.org

APPOINTMENTS & REFERRALS
Patients & Families with questions about referrals, consultations or appointments may contact:
Voice:  617.726.7948
Fax:  617.726.1241
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Outpatient clinic visits and inpatient consultations can be arranged by calling the Neuroendocrine Clinical Center office. Physicians with questions may contact Dr. Grinspoon at 617.726.7948
ACROMEGALY PATIENT
EDUCATION DAY
Learn more about acromegaly and advances in surgery, radiation, and medical therapy. Speakers included specialists in acromegaly and a panel of patients diagnosed with acromegaly.
CUSHING'S DISEASE
RESEARCH STUDY
Are you an adult patient with active Cushings Disease?
Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston are studying a potential new medical treatment for this disorder.
To learn more about it, please click here or contact:
Karen JP Liebert, BSN, RN
617 726-7473
kpulaski@partners.org
ASSOCIATED SERVICES
  • MGH Endocrinology
  • MGH Pediatric Endocrinology
  • MGH Neurology
  • MGH Radiation Oncology
  • MGH Neurosurgical Service
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    Disclaimer About Medical Information: The information and reference materials contained herein is intended solely for the information of the reader. It should not be used for treatment purposes, but rather for discussion with the patient's own physician. All visitors to this and associated sites from the Neurosurgical Service at MGH agree to read and abide by the the complete terms of legal agreement found at the Neurosurgery "disclaimer & legal agreements."
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    Voice:  617.726.7948
    Fax:  617.726.1241

    Physicians' Pituitary Information Service - Physicians with questions may contact Dr Biller or DR Klibanski at 617.726.3965 or 1.888.429.6863 or via e-mail at pituitary.info@partners.org
     

     

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