Pituitary Adenoma with Cholesterol Clefts.


Histologically, cholesterol clefts are often observed in craniopharyngioma, Rathke's cleft cyst, and various granulomas. However, pituitary adenomas with cholesterol clefts are rare. A 46-year-old woman developed visual field disturbance. She had no history of severe headache that would suggest pituitary apoplexy. She presented with homonymous bitemporal… (More)


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@article{Yokoyama1998PituitaryAW, title={Pituitary Adenoma with Cholesterol Clefts.}, author={Shunichi Yokoyama and Masamichi Goto and Hirofumi Hirano and Wataru Hirakawa and Seiji Noguchi and Kazuho Hirahara and Koki Kadota and Tetsuhiko Asakura}, journal={Endocrine pathology}, year={1998}, volume={9 1}, pages={91-95} }