Abel, Ph.D., Ashley B. Grossman, M.D., Joachim Burger, Ph.D., Sian Ellard, Ph.D.D., Ph.D.: Brief Report: AIP Mutation in Pituitary Adenomas in the 18th Century and Today Pituitary adenomas are often benign, slow-growing tumors that cause symptoms due to excess hormone release, regional space-occupying effects, or both. Adenomas that secrete excessive growth hormones cause acromegaly. Patients with acromegaly have many symptoms and signs, such as for example hyperhidrosis, prognathism, frontal skull bossing, thickened skin, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, sleep apnea, osteoarthritis, and headache, along with enlargement of the tactile hands, feet, heart, and other internal organs.It was noted that the true quantity of hot flashes fell by 5.8 per a day in the acupuncture group and 3.7 per a day in the control group. Hot flash strength decreased by 3.2 models in the acupuncture group and 1.8 units in the control group. The acupuncture group also experienced better rest and better physical well-being. The analysis was also carried out by professionals at the National Research Centre in Choice and Complementary Medication in Tromso, Norway. The study was also released in the journal Acupuncture in Medication and was executed by specialists from the Ankara Study and Training Medical center in Turkey.?..