For surgery. When it is time to have the tumor removed, some of these surgeries are done by urologists and others are done by general surgeons or endocrine-specific surgeons.
Pheochromocytoma. For this you may see a nephrologist or endocrinologist most often follow this disorder, but you may also see a cardiologist or your internist. Most important is to control your blood pressure.
IM, or Endo. The problem is usually diagnosed by and internest, or more liekly by a nephrologist or endocrinologist, although any astute pracitioner can make the diagnosis. After imaging studies to localize this, you will be sent to a surgeon, most likely to have it removed. It can also be a feature of a broader condition called multiple endocromatosis syndrome. Laporascopic surgery can remove the tumor!