The incidence of Cushing’s

In this podcast, we discuss the latest data on the incidence of Cushing's disease worldwide based on a recent Swedish study on the subject, and...

Cushing’s disease and IPSS.

From Lewis S Blevins, Jr. MD -  Ninety per-cent of ACTH-dependent causes of hypercortisolism are related to pituitary adenoma. The remaining 10% are related...

Critical COVID-19 information for pituitary patients

We caught up with Dr. Kevin Yuen, medical director of the Barrow Pituitary Center and the Barrow Neuroendocrinology Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, and  Dr. Lewis...

Comments on a recent AACE article on the diagnosis of recurring Cushing’s Disease.

From the desk of Dr. Lewis Blevins - cofounder - This article -Diagnosis of recurrence in Cushing’s disease: American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and...

How Cushing’s Disease Helped Shape Sharmyn’s Wonderful Life

On Cushing's Day, we share Sharmyn McGraw's blog on her journey with the disease. From her Blog - "Now twenty-one years in remission from a...

Tests of Pituitary Function: Cushing’s syndrome

  From Lewis Blevins, MD  -  Photo of Dr. Lewis Blevins  -  Cortisol is a stress hormone. Thus, physical or psychic stress can elevate cortisol...

Review and comments on two recent papers on Cushing’s disease

From Lewis S. Blevins Jr. M.D. -   This interesting manuscript - BIOCHEMICAL CONTROL DURING LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF 230 ADULT PATIENTS WITH CUSHING DISEASE:...

Aggressive Pituitary Tumors

In this podcast Dr. Blevins discusses aggressive pituitary tumors.  Learn what defines a pituitary malignancy and the differences between benign and malignant tumors.    What...

A new drug for Cushing’s: Learn more

In this podcast, Dr. Lewis Blevins discusses a new drug for Cushing's disease recently approved in the US.  

Pituitary adenomas

Today's podcast is the first in an upcoming series of podcasts dedicated to pituitary lesions, with particular attention to pituitary adenomas. Dr. Blevins covers...

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