ea0082p8 | Poster Presentations | SFEEU2022
Gharib Ahmed Ahmed M
, Yajnik Parag
, Thirumoolasangu Uma Ranjani
Case History: A 71-year-old man with well controlled hypertension and left eye blindness due to congenital toxoplasma chorioretinitis presented to his GP with worsening headache. Initial CT head revealed a massive left parasellar lesion (32*25*36 mm) with suprasellar extension. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI revealed large cystic sellar mass, marked chiasmal compression and total encasement of Left carotid artery. 48 hours after MRI he was admitted acute severe right abdominal pain. ...