Hello, I have a question. Do they do surgery for adrenal tumors at specialized hospitals or it can be done in gastroenterology unit? Also why do you think my endo wants me to do ct for pituitary gland when I have adenoma on my adrenal gland? Do they often come together? Thanks in advance
I can't answer your first question.
The second question is maybe your endo is being ultra cautious because, although wildly unlikely, you could have both, See Hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis" on Wikipedia. If you do, can you give me the numbers for next week's lottery - although winning the lottery is a lot more likely!
By the way, I hope you mean MRI scan? A CT scan is fairly useless for your pituitary.
Conspiracy theory time [!]: it could be that you don't actually have an adrenal tumour [primary addison's] but that your endo now suspects secondary addison's caused by a pituitary adenoma. Have you had a Synacthen test?