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So Many Questions, So Little Time February 13, 2013

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Some patients are not satisfied with the degree to which their doctors address their questions and concerns during consultations. They often feel that their complaints are not taken seriously during their seemingly rushed office visit. In reality, pituitary tumors are not that common and are often misdiagnosed. Many highly regarded physicians will never have the opportunity to treat individuals suffering with the symptoms associated with pituitary disorders.

Prepare for consultations by making a list of your symptoms. Include when the symptoms started and any treatments you have undergone to manage them. During your visit to the Barrow Pituitary Clinic, the our specialists, including Drs. Andrew Little, William White, and Laura Knecht,  will review your medical records before your appointment and then conduct a thorough neurological exam, asking you to provide a detailed history of your condition. The sign of a highly-skilled physician is the willingness to take the time to listen to the patient rather than rely solely on medical records.  Our team will ensure you receive the appropriate care you deserve.

Please post any questions to this blog.

Regards, Maggie Bobrowitz, RN, MBA
Neuroscience Program Coordinator
Barrow Pituitary Center
Margaret.bobrowitz@dignityhealth.org

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