ea0034p299 | Pituitary | SFEBES2014
, Mlawa Gideon
, Bano Gul
Tuberculosis affecting the pituitary gland is a rare phenomenon and is usually the result of haematological spread from another site. Only 0.9% of cases of TB in the UK, in 2012, showed any CNS involvement, excluding meningitis1. The clinical presentation of pituitary TB, range of hormonal dysfunction and radiological features can vary, making it hard to identify the condition. We report two clinical cases seen in our department.Case 1: A 48-y...