Thyrotroph (TSH) Secreting Adenomas

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About Thyrotroph (TSH) Secreting Adenomas

General Information

  • These tumors typically cause excessive thyroid function (hyperthyroidism) but occasionally may be associated with reduced thyroid activity (hypothyroidism).
  • Because many patients first have thyroid treatment of some sort, these pituitary tumors are often aggressive and invasive.

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The UCLA Pituitary Tumor Program offers comprehensive management of Thyrotroph (TSH) Secreting Adenomas