Giant prolactinoma mimicking low-tension glaucoma at presentation.

Abstract

We describe a case of a 68-year-old man, referred by his optometrist with suspected low-tension glaucoma, who presented with advanced cupped optic discs and field of vision loss that were subsequently found to be due to a giant prolactinoma. Failing vision in low-tension glaucoma suspects should have a low threshold for neuroimaging.

DOI: 10.1136/bcr-2014-207634

Cite this paper

@article{Karl2015GiantPM, title={Giant prolactinoma mimicking low-tension glaucoma at presentation.}, author={David Karl and Stewart Neil Gillan and Colin Goudie and Roshini Sanders}, journal={BMJ case reports}, year={2015}, volume={2015} }