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CASE 2 - AN INTERESTING CASE OF PITUITARY MACROADENOMA

ORIGINAL CASE Johnston et al 

HISTORY
A 54-year-old woman was noted on a routine visit to her ophthalmologist to have bi-temporal hemianopia. She had reported difficulty with reading, but had not noted peripheral vision loss. 1,336 more words

VISION PRESERVED IN A YOUNG MALE WITH RECURRENT PITUITARY ADENOMA WITH COMPLETE RESOLUTION OF THE RECURRENT LESION

A 34 year old male was referred to us with complaints of headache and disturbances in vision in mid 2012. MRI scan revealed a 2 x 2.5 x 3 cm pituitary macroadenoma with sellar and right parasellar component encasing the internal carotid artery and cavernous sinus. 442 more words

Radiation Oncology

When an Eye Exam Uncovers Something Serious

Did you know that an eye exam can uncover a serious medical condition that requires immediate treatment?   I had a patient come in for his annual exam, reporting that his vision had been gradually getting worse. 93 more words

Dr. Shin's Blog

Reduced mortality in patients with GH replacement therapy – a Swedish study based on more than 4,000 patient-years

March 06, 2015

OR20-Pituitary Tumors-New Clinical Considerations

Reduced mortality in patients with GH replacement therapy – a Swedish study based on more than 4,000 patient-years… 400 more words

Cushing's

Oh what a journey it has been.....


It has been such a long time since we last met here on the ModestModernMom Blog and I thought a little catching up would be nice. 977 more words

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When You're 18 Years Old, with a Whole Life Ahead...

by Dr. Lisa Shin

Early in my career, I saw a 18 year old man who came in for an eye exam because he needed more contact lenses.  159 more words

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