Francesca Cacciato

Francesca Cacciato

Francesca Cacciato
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Pituitary apoplexy is an acute clinical syndrome caused by either haemorrhage or infarction of the pituitary gland.  It typically comprises of headache, visual deficits, ophthalmoplegia, and altered mental status. An existing pituitary macroadenoma is usually present (60-90%) but it can occur with healthy glands in few isolated cases.   MRI typically demonstrates a pituitary region mass.  T1: hyperintense due to blood (see ageing blood on MRI)…

Pituitary apoplexy is an acute clinical syndrome caused by either haemorrhage or infarction of the pituitary gland. It typically comprises of headache, visual deficits, ophthalmoplegia, and altered mental status. An existing pituitary macroadenoma is usually present (60-90%) but it can occur with healthy glands in few isolated cases. MRI typically demonstrates a pituitary region mass. T1: hyperintense due to blood (see ageing blood on MRI)…

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