Darshana S Sanghvi

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Tuberculous involvement of pituitary is extremely rare and is usually not suspected while dealing with pituitary adenomas, even in patients with history of systemic tuberculosis. We report a case of pituitary tuberculoma in a patient who was undergoing treatment for prostatic tuberculosis. Although diagnosis of sellar tuberculomas is difficult on clinical(More)
OBJECTIVE To confirm that MRI findings like hypoplastic anterior pituitary, thin or interrupted pituitary stalk, and ectopic posterior pituitary (EPP) in patients with growth hormone deficiency are a good indicator of the severity of hypopituitarism. METHODS MR images were obtained for 44 patients (IGHD: CPHD; 30:14) and analyzed to define one or more of(More)
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