Dr. Theodosopoulos Discusses Pituitary Tumors on WMKV’s HealthScope

Learn about pituitary tumors and how they can affect your health and lifestyle from Dr. Philip Theodosopoulos on HealthScope, a weekly discussion about health and wellness issues for adults and their families and caregivers. Dr. Theodosopoulos is a neurosurgeon at the UC Brain Tumor Center and an associate professor of neurosurgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

WMKV HealthScope Pituitary Tumors 1-18-2013>>

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