Stuttering pituitary apoplexy resembling meningitis In the first clear description of pituitary apoplexy

Abstract

In the first clear description of pituitary apoplexy Brougham et al' suggested that the syndrome should be considered as the abrupt development of headache, amblyopia, diplopia, drowsiness, confusion or coma. These clinical features have now become well established.23 However, Brougham et al mention one case of haemorrhage into a pituitary tumour simulating… (More)

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