The Pituitary Center combines the resources of Baylor College of Medicine and Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center to offer patients the best and most effective care of pituitary disorders. We work closely with leading endocrinologists in Texas and beyond to provide excellent care for all pituitary disorders.
Our multidisciplinary team can assist in the workup of complex cases, and can provide your patients with expertly performed minimally invasive endoscopic surgery. We make every attempt to see your patients within seven business days of referral.
We will keep you informed through telephone conversations, correspondence and email of the treatment course or your patient. Most important, keep you involved in the patient's care.
Please call Mary Bohlman (713) 798-3217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to:
- Refer a patient to the center.
- Discuss a patient with our physicians.
- Obtain more information about the services we offer.
Minimally Invasive - Maximally Effective Pituitary Surgery
The Pituitary Center offers minimally invasive endoscopic pituitary surgery for pituitary and skull base tumors. Our team is highly experienced with purely endoscopic approaches that use natural pathways through the nose to achieve excellent surgical results without an incision.
The Latest and Best in Non-Surgical Treatments
Although surgery is often the first line of treatment for pituitary adenomas, there are categories of functional adenomas that may respond well to treatment with medicine that often can shrink the tumor and normalize hormone secretion. Our multidisciplinary team is highly focused on pituitary disorders and we are experts in established and cutting-edge medical therapies allowing us to have a personalized approach to treatment for each patient. Members of our team are involved in multinational clinical trials aimed at developing new therapies for pituitary tumors. We also have expertise in CyberKnife® radiosurgery radiosurgery, a minimally invasive techniques that can effectively treat tumors without surgery or hospitalization.