Clinically nonfunctioning pituitary tumors are common in tertiary endocrine practice. Although it is widely accepted that patients with these adenomas require long-term surveillance after surgery-particularly those with macroadenomas, which grow much more frequently than microadenomas-a consensus on postoperative monitoring and treatment strategies is lacking. The indications for radiotherapy, which has seen a decline in use over the past decade, are not clear, although most experts would agr...Expand abstract
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The postoperative monitoring of nonfunctioning pituitary adenomas.
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