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ea0015p75 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2008

Pituitary granular cell adenoma: an unusual cause of a pituitary mass

Kisalu Judith , Galloway Malcolm , Dorward Neil , Bouloux Pierre-Marc

History: A 63 year old female presented with nausea, vomiting and loss of balance. She had no other symptoms. An MRI of the brain revealed a large incidental pituitary lesion occupying both the sella and suprasellar region, causing distortion of the optic chiasm and tracts. She had no headache, visual disturbance, tiredness, thirst or daytime frequency although she had long standing nocturia.Examination: Visual fields showed mild bitemporal desaturation ...