Headache and pituitary disease: a systematic review.


Headache is very common in pituitary disease and is reported to be present in more than a third of all patients with pituitary adenomas. Tumour size, cavernous sinus invasion, traction or displacement of intracranial pain-sensitive structures such as blood vessels, cranial nerves and dura mater, and hormonal hypersecretion are implicated causes. The present… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cen.12314


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@article{KreitschmannAndermahr2013HeadacheAP, title={Headache and pituitary disease: a systematic review.}, author={Ilonka Kreitschmann-Andermahr and Stacey Siegel and Renata Weber Carneiro and Joseph M. Maubach and Birgit Harbeck and Georg Brabant}, journal={Clinical endocrinology}, year={2013}, volume={79 6}, pages={760-9} }