The Pituitary Society are conducting an international patient survey, and are looking for people who’s pituitary adenoma was discovered incidentally. This survey will accompany the guideline for management of pituitary adenomas found incidentally, aka Incidentalomas.

This is an increasing clinical problem, so The Pituitary Society are very interested to hear from people around the world about their incidentalomas. You may have an incidentaloma if you had an MRI/CT of your head and a mass was unexpectedly found on or near the pituitary gland.

The survey should take 3-5 minutes to complete, and will be open until the end of May. Answers are confidential and results will be shared and discussed within the guidelines.

If you meet the criteria then you can complete the survey here: