Transient infundibular mass associated with temporary functional deficiency.

@article{Browne2005TransientIM,
  title={Transient infundibular mass associated with temporary functional deficiency.},
  author={Duncan Browne and Mary Armitage and Jeremy Small and Peter D Lees},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={26 6},
  pages={1605-6}
}
Pituitary tumors present because of either mass effect or functional abnormalities or, increasingly, as incidental findings on MR imaging. Although most infundibular masses are benign, the differential diagnosis includes germ cell tumors, CNS lymphoma, and cerebral inflammatory lesions, including neurosarcoidosis and histiocytosis (1–3). Invasive biopsy… CONTINUE READING