Cushings syndrome, one of the famous and rare cases of the pituitary adenoma, is the hormonal disorder in the body, which is caused due to high levels of the hormone ‘cortisol’ being secreted from the pituitary gland. Often called as the “hypercortisolism” and affecting about 10 to 15 people in… Continue Reading Cushings syndrome – symptoms & causes

Prolactinoma, are the most commonly available pituitary tumors. They are involved in secretion of prolactin hormone and they are available in varying sizes. Prolactinoma stats that the tumors may arise from neoplasms that are found on the anterior pituitary lactotrophs and this leads to excessive production of the this hormone.… Continue Reading Prolactinoma – Causes & Symptoms

Today a patient wanted a complete new denture for herself as her present removable partial denture was causing her pain. She had few teeth approximately six teeth in her right lower arch and few root stumps on the other side of the mandibular arch. She is sixty years old and… Continue Reading Dental Case Study-1: Post extraction bleeding