Our expert says:
If the adenoma did not make hormones ( this you will probably see from the pathology report) it will not be necessary to be seen by an endocrinologist. You are probably going to be followed up by the neurosurgeon for the next few years, with scans? I think checking your TSH (thyroid hormones), Prolactin levels and Cortisol levels yearly will be sufficient to screen for any abnormal hormonal function, and this your GP can draw for you.
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