ea0038p343 | Pituitary | SFEBES2015
, Bedford J
, Harvie M
, Dassan P
, Mehta S R
A 35-year-old lady was admitted at 24 weeks gestation with a 34 weeks history of persistent severe, left sided headaches associated with vomiting but not with visual disturbance. She had a prior history of migraines. However, her current headaches were very different in character. On examination her Glasgow Coma score was 15. There was no neck stiffness or photophobia. Visual fields and fundoscopy was normal. She was haemodynamically stable. Magnetic resonance imaging (M...