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ea0081p175 | Pituitary and Neuroendocrinology | ECE2022

Low post-operative cortisol after TSS for pituitary surgery predicts short term but not long term remission

Karunakaran Vanitha , Okasha Mohamed , W Thomas Nick , Barazi Sinan , Maratos Eleni , C Whitelaw Benjamin , Gilbert Jackie , V Carroll Paul , Shapey Jonathan , J B Aylwin Simon

Background: It is generally accepted that a post-operative cortisol of <50 nmol/l is a good predictor of long-term remission following trans-sphenoidal surgery (TSS).Aim: We wished to determine the rate of late recurrence and need for consequent intervention in patients who had initial biochemical remission after TSS for pituitary dependent CushingÂ’s.Methods: We performed a retrospective analysis of our patients who underw...