Re: MRI of Pituitary - how to read it?
I know the waiting is the hardest part, but DEFINITELY just hang in there and wait for your appointment to have the doctor do the reading. Additionally, I have to suggest that you consider a 2nd opinion if something IS found. Paricularly if surgery is the suggested treatment.
In my own case, my previous doctor had diagnosed a "pituitary tumor", but ultimately was found to be a "pituitary cyst", very similar but totally different treatment options (for instance, you cannot have radiation on a cyst).
And in all honesty, even with the doctor sitting there in front of me pointing out my cyst and various other structures on the screen in front of us, it was STILL very difficult to make anything suspicious out on the images. It truly requires a doctor's eyes to interpret correctly. Good luck!