Sherry Iuliano

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BACKGROUND The sellar and parasellar region is a confluence of several critical anatomical structures from various physiological systems located in close proximity to one another. Patients with pathology in this critical region of the central nervous system therefore make up a unique subset of neurosurgical patients that require careful preoperative and(More)
Successful pregnancy and delivery is dependent upon normal function of the pituitary gland. Benign tumors of the pituitary are relatively common and may interfere with normal pregnancy in a variety of ways. Symptoms related to pituitary tumors can include headache, fatigue, and visual loss. Some may present dramatically with pituitary tumor apoplexy,(More)
BACKGROUND Headache is a presenting feature in 37% to 70% of patients with pituitary tumor. Other pituitary lesions may also present with headache, and together these lesions account for about 20% of all primary brain lesions. Although pituitary lesions have been associated with headache, the exact nature of the relationship remains undefined. It is not(More)
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