Pineal Tumors (cont.)
Surgery, radiation, and other cancer therapies can damage hormone-producing regions of the body. An endocrinologist specializes in such hormone disorders. The patient's primary healthcare will consult an endocrinologist to determine if hormone deficiencies are present. Most hormone problems can be well controlled with medical therapies.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/30/2014
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