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386 Matching Records
Patient ID Imaging Studies
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10 CT scan was normal
11 CT scan showed an enhancing intrasellar mass, with no suprasellar extension.
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13 CT scan showed a lobulated, contrast-enhancing mass arising out of the pituitary fossa, extending into the suprasellar cistern and into the parasellar regions.
14 CT scan showed of a mass in the pituitary fossa.
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16 CT scan showed diffuse enhancement of the pituitary gland, without suprasellar extension.
17 CT scan showed rounded, contrast-enhancing sellar mass, extending into the suprasellar cistern and the inferior portion of the 3rd ventricle. Labor was induced, then the patient underwent surgery 1 month later.
18 CT scan revealed a contrast-enhancing mass in the sellar and suprasellar regions.
19 CT scan showed a mass in the sellar and suprasellar region, which showed intense, uniform enhancement after contrast.
20 CT scan showed an intrasellar mass that enhanced homogeneously, filling much of the pituitary fossa with some suprasellar extension.
21 CT scan showed upward deviation of the sellar diaphragm with focal erosion and ballooning of the sellar floor.
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23 CT scan showed a suprasellar mass.
24 CT scan was normal
25 CT scan showed a 13 mm mass within the sella turcica.
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27 X ray of the skull showed a normal pituitary sella.
28 CT scan showed a small, hyperdense, nodule in the anterior hypophysis.
29 CT scan showed a normal hypophysis.
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31 CT scan showed an intrasellar mass
32 CT scan revealed an intrasellar tumor with suprasellar extension
33 CT scan showed small round mass in the suprasellar region
34 CT showed contrast enhanced mass in the suprasellar region
35 CT showed a small enhanced tumor within the sellar region
36 CT scan showed initially a round, contrast-enhancing sellar mass, extending into the suprasellar cistern. A repeated CT scan at the 8th month of pregnancy showed a spontaneous decrease of the pituitary mass. After delivery the mass slowly enlarged.
37 CT scan showed initially the pituitary to be normal in size, shape and texture. 2 years later CT scan showed a pituitary symmetrically enlarged.
38 CT scan showed an isodense mass in the sella turcica with suprasellar extension, and homogeneously enhanced after contrast. Surgery was postponed after delivery, which occurred at term and was uneventful and vaginal. Visual disturbances improved in the late pregnancy. Inability to lactate after delivery. 1 month after delivery CT scan showed a new increase of the pituitary mass.
39 CT scan showed an isodense, intrasellar mass with extension into the suprasellar extension, enhanced after injection of contrast. She delivered a normal baby. She was operated because of a suspected meningioma.
40 CT scan showed an atrophic pituitary gland below the pituitary stalk: empty sella.
41 CT scan showed intrasellar mass
42 CT scan showed a mass extending superiorly from the sella turcica, with homogenous contrast enhancement.
43 CT scan showed a sellar mass with suprasellar extension
44 CT scan showed a 2 cm intrasellar mass, extending superiorly and to the right, and enhancing homogeneously after contrast.
45 CT scan of the brain and sellar region was normal.
46 CT scan showed a 11 mm intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension contacting the optic chiasm
47 CT scan, performed 26 days after delivery, showed a pituitary mass, homogeneously contrast-enhanced, extending into the suprasellar cistern.
48 MRI showed a 10x12 mm mass in the sella turcica. The signal intensity was isointense with the brain parenchyma, and appeared homogenous throughout the mass.
49 CT scan showed an enhancing cystic lesion of the pituitary with suprasellar extension
50 CT scan revealed a homogeneously enhancing lesion with suprasellar extension
51 MRI showed a hypointense mass of 5 mm in the middle of the anterior lobe
52 CT scan revealed a high density homogeneous tumor in the sella, extending into the suprasellar cistern and anteriorly for a short distance. 3 weeks later, symptoms improved and a repeat CT scan showed a reduction of the pituitary mass.
53 CT scan showed an intrasellar lesion with suprasellar extension.
54 CT scan showed a uniformly enhancing mass lesion in the enlarged sella.
55 CT scan showed an homogeneously enhancing mass, filling much of the pituitary fossa with some suprasellar extension.
56 MRI showed a large, dishomogeneous, intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension and compression of the optic chiasm.
57 CT scan performed 5 months post-partum showed an intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension to the vicinity of the optic chiasm.
58 MRI showed a 1.5 cm mass with suprasellar extension to the optic chiasm, as well as a 2 cm left parietal arachnoid cyst.
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60 MRI showed isointense intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension
61 MRI showed isointense intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension. Thickened pituitary stalk.
62 CT scan showed a sellar mass of 2 cm of diameter, with suprasellar extension.
63 MRI showed a symmetrically enlarged pituitary, 11 mm high, with suprasellar extension displacing the optic chiasm.
64 MRI showed an homogeneous intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension, homogeneously enhanced after contrast.
65 CT scan showed a suprasellar mass. Bromocriptine was started at the 30th week of gestation. Visual fields improved for 5 weeks but then deteriorated. Patient was operated at the 36th week of pregnancy.
66 CT scan showed diffuse enlargement of the pituitary gland with minimal suprasellar extension, but some lateral displacement of the cavernous sinus.
67 MRI showed an homogenous, isointense, mass extending into the suprasellar and parasellar regions. Angiography showed complete occlusion on both sides of the internal carotid arteries.
68 CT scan showed a high density and slightly enhanced mass in the sellar regional, with suprasellar extension.
69 CT scan revealed a large intrasellar mass with marked suprasellar extension, approaching the optic chiasm.
70 CT scan showed a large pituitary mass with suprasellar extension.
71 CT scan showed a large intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension
72 MRI showed a mass in the pituitary fossa showing intense, homogeneous enhancement after gadolinium
73 CT showed a rounded, contrast-enhancing sellar mass
74 MRI showed an uniformly isointense mass, with compression and upward displacement of the optic chiasm
75 MRI reveled a diffuse enlargement of the pituitary gland. A 3 months therapy with bromocriptine decreased PRL but did not shrink the pituitary
76 MRI revealed a sellar mass, 12 mm high, that abutted the optic chiasm. There was an area of increased signal in the lower left portion of the gland. No distinct borders were seen between the sellar lesion and either cavernous sinus.
77 MRI showed diffuse enlargement, infundibular thickening and upward extension of the mass into the suprasellar cistern, both before and after several months of bromocriptine therapy.
78 CT scan showed increased pituitary size: 1.4 cm height, homogeneously isodense
79 CT showed a well-circumscribed sellar an suprasellar, contrast-enhancing mass
80 CT scan showed a 2 cm suprasellar mass, uniformly enhancing and lying directly above the diaphragm sellae, impinging upon the optic nerves and chiasm. Patient was started on steroids with dramatic improvement of visual fields in 3 days but unchanged visual acuity.
81 MRI showed a tumor in the sellar region with suprasellar extension, measuring 22.4 mm in height, that enhanced symmetrically and homogenous after contrast. The posterior lobe was normal
82 MRI (8 days after delivery) showed a isointense sellar mass, enhanced after contrast, interpreted as adenoma.
83 CT showed a stalk at upper limit of normality for size, with a mass in the posterior lobe displacing the anterior lobe. The anterior lobe contained a hypodense area.
84 CT scan showed a 2 cm mass in the sella turcica
85 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary (13 mm height). After gadolinium, pituitary enhanced homogeneously
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88 MRI showed a 1x1x1 cm mass, homogeneously isointense, occupying the sella turcica.
89 MRI showed a large pituitary mass (19x13x10 mm). Patient received dexamethasone (4 mg/d for 5 days), but visual field defects continued to increase.
90 MRI revealed a 1.5 cm intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension abutting the optic chiasm. The mass was homogeneously enhanced by the contrast. Also the right cavernous sinus showed enhancement
91 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary stalk and loss of the hyperintense signal typical of the posterior lobe.
92 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary stalk and loss of the hyperintense signal typical of the posterior lobe.
93 MRI showed an enlarged of the posterior lobe with loss of its hyperintense signal. The pituitary stalk was not enlarged.
94 MRI showed a homogeneous mass involving the entire pituitary gland, with suprasellar extension. There was a central hypointense area. The stalk was thickened.
95 MRI showed empty sella with shrinking of the pituitary gland
96 MRI showed a 1.5 cm pituitary mass, with rim enhancement after gadolinium. A second focus of contrast enhancement was shown in the hypothalamus, entirely separated from the sellar component. Finally, optic nerves, chiasm and tracts are enlarged without contrast enhancement
97 CT scan revealed an enhancing intrasellar mass with mild suprasellar extension
98 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk and slight enlargement of the neurohypophysis.
99 MRI showed enlargement of the neurohypophysis with loss of the normal hyperintense signal
100 MRI showed empty sella
101 MRI showed a global enlargement of the pituitary volume, loss of the normal hyperintense signal of the posterior pituitary. Injection of contrast reveals a hypodense area in the anterolateral part, suggestive of necrosis
102 MRI showed an enhancing mass, 15x10 mm, in the sella with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic chiasm.
103 MRI showed intrasellar mass and thickened pituitary stalk
104 MRI showed intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension, and thickened pituitary stalk
105 MRI showed intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension, and thickened pituitary stalk
106 MRI showed enlarge pituitary, with enlarged and thickened infundibulum
107 MRI showed enlarge pituitary, with enlarged and thickened infundibulum
108 MRI showed a large, homogeneous, pituitary mass, with a superior triangular shape displacing the optic chiasm
109 MRI showed a homogeneous swelling of the whole pituitary gland, with thickening of the pituitary stalk and absence of a high intensity signal of the neurohypophysis
110 MRI showed an asymmetrically enlarged pituitary, with right-side depression of the sella floor and suprasellar extension to the optic chiasm. The signal was homogenous throughout the entire gland
111 MRI showed an intrasellar mass inseparable from the normal pituitary gland, with extension to the chiasm and to the infundibulum
112 MRI showed a large mass (2 cm in the transverse diameter) involving the sella and the suprasellar region. The mass displaced the carotid arteries and elevated the optic chiasm. No invasion of the cavernous sinuses or Meckel's cavity.
113 CT scan revealed a well-defined homogenous mass in the sella, measuring 1.1 cm with no evidence of supra- or parasellar extension, bone erosion or midline shift.
114 MRI showed an intrasellar, isodense, mass extending above the sella and compressing the optic chiasm. Prednisone was given for 2 weeks but symptoms did not improve
115 MRI revealed in the coronal section an isotense mass in the sella turcica with suprasellar extension and slightly displacing the optic chiasm. The sagittal section revealed a hyperthrophic pituitary stalk.
116 MRI showed a large, homogeneous, intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension
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118 MRI showed a normal pituitary gland
119 MRI showed a big, homogeneous, intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic chiasm.
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121 MRI showed a somewhat small pituitary gland, but marked thickening of the infundibulum and a prominent or lobular appearance of the median eminence of the hypothalamus. The normal high-intensity signal of the posterior pituitary was absent.
122 MRI showed a normal pituitary
123 MRI showed a intra- and supra-sellar cystic mass, with marginal enhancement. The pituitary stalk was thickened. It also showed edema spreading along the optic tract, upon fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) images.
124 MRI showed a isotense intrasellar mass, with thickening of the pituitary stalk. The normal hyperintense bright spot signal of the neurohypophysis was lost
125 MRI showed intense pituitary and dural enhancement, and extrapituitary component
126 MRI showed intense pituitary enhancement and extrapituitary component
127 MRI showed intense pituitary and dural enhancement and extrapituitary component
128 MRI showed intense pituitary and dural enhancement, and extrapituitary component
129 MRI showed intense pituitary and dural enhancement.
130 MRI showed a smooth mass, 1.3x2x1.4 cm, that filled the sella turcica and extended superiorly touching the optic chiasm
131 MRI showed intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension, without encroaching on the optic chiasm
132 CT scan revealed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension
133 CT scan revealed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension. Surgery was recommended but the patient refused. After 5 years hypothyroidism and hypoadrenalism developed. The mass was unchanged on CT. Surgery was now accepted
134 CT scan showed a mass arising out of the pituitary fossa with a suprasellar extension
136 MRI revealed a 1x2 cm intrasellar mass, with mixed intensity. After a 6 months course of bromocriptine and cortisone, the size of the mass was stable and visual field defects become clear
137 MRI performed 11 months post-partum showed thickening of the right half of the pituitary, with an area of low signal in the right lateral part of the gland, elevating the diaphragma sellae.
138 MRI performed 4 months post-partum showed diffuse, homogeneous, enlargement of the pituitary, producing convexity of the diaphragm sellae and shortening of the infundibulum.
139 MRI performed 3 months post-partum showed diffuse enlargement of the pituitary extending into the suprasellar cistern, obliterating the infundibulum and elevating the optic chiasm
140 CT scan performed 1 month post-partum showed an homogeneously enhancing intrasellar mass, extending into the suprasellar cistern.
141 MRI scan performed 8 months post-partum showed a thin (2.8 mm) layer of pituitary tissue, with deeply concave upper border, consistent with a partially empty sella. Homogenous contrast enhancement was observed.
142 MRI showed a large isodense pituitary mass extending into the suprasellar space and compressing the optic chiasm
143 MRI showed a large isodense pituitary mass extending up and encroaching on the optic chiasm
144 CT scan showed a well-circumscribed sellar mass.
145 CT showed intrasellar lesion
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150 CT showed sellar and suprasellar mass with cavernous sinus extension
151 CT showed sellar and suprasellar mass with cystic degeneration
152 MRI shoed large intrasellar mass with suprasellar and cavernous sinus extension
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154 CT showed sellar mass with suprasellar extension
155 MRI showed stalk lesion suprasellar extension and optic nerve atrophy
156 MRI showed a contrast-enhanced pituitary mass of 15 mm diameter. The optic chiasm was not displaced and the cavernous sinus was not involved
157 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary mass with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic chiasm. The central area of the mass was cystic (hypointense and not enhanced by Gadolinium)
158 At age 10 MRI showed marked thickening of the pituitary stalk, enhanced after contrast. At age 14, MRI showed decreased of the stalk thickening. Posterior pituitary was normal in both exams. From the image, the authors postulated the necrotizing form of hypophysitis.
159 MRI showed a intrasellar mass in the anterior pituitary with suprasellar extension, loss of the hyperintense signal of the posterior hypophysis, and thickening of the pituitary stalk
160 MRI showed marked thickening of the pituitary stalk and loss of the hyperintense signal of the posterior pituitary.
161 CT showed an intrasellar, contrast-enhancing mass, with suprasellar extension compressing the optic chiasm
162 CT scan showed a 1.5 cm, homogenous, sellar mass with suprasellar extension and uniform enhancement following administration of contrast.
163 MRI showed an intrasellar, hypointense, mass, which was heterogeneously enhanced by gadolinium.
164 MRI showed intrasellar mass lesion, which was homogeneously enhanced by gadolinium. The neurohypophysis showed a loss of the normal hyperintense signal
165 MRI demonstrated a sellar isodense mass lesion, with slight suprasellar extension, which was homogeneously enhanced by gadolinium. Neurohypophysis showed a loss of the normal hyperintense signal
166 CT scan revealed a 2.5 cm pituitary mass with suprasellar extension and a central area of lower density compatible with hemorrhage or necrosis
167 MRI showed a clear thickening of the pituitary stalk with not homogenous enhancement with gadolinium and extension into the hypothalamic region
168 MRI revealed an enlarged, homogeneous, pituitary with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic chiasm. The hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis was conserved.
169 MRI showed an intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension of 15 mm, and invasion of the left cavernous sinus
170 CT scan during pregnancy showed an intrasellar mass of 20 mm with suprasellar extension, with a central area of necrosis. Scan post-partum showed slight reduction of the mass 18 mm
171 CT scan revealed an enhancing pituitary mass of 14x13x13 mm, with suprasellar extension
172 CT scan showed a 17x14x12 mm intrasellar mass extending into the suprasellar region.
173 CT scan showed sellar mass measuring 11x8x8
174 2 weeks after delivery, MRI showed an homogeneous intrasellar mass with marked suprasellar extension (overall height: 22 mm). The posterior pituitary lobe appeared normal. 3 months after delivery she developed thyrotoxicosis (high T4, suppressed TSH and low RAIU), secondary hypocortisolism and decreased PRL. At that time MRI showed reduction of the pituitary height to normal (4.9 mm).
175 2 weeks after delivery, MRI showed a mass extending from the sella turcica to the suprasellar cistern (total height: 23 mm). The mass had heterogeneous intensity and contained a central area of low signal, which was interpreted as a cyst. The posterior pituitary lobe appeared normal
176 Initial MRI showed an enlargement at the level of the chiasm and the hypothalamus.
177 MRI showed a slightly enlarged stalk and loss of the normal hyperintense signal of the posterior hypophysis
178 CT scan showed a 2.5-cm intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension and infiltration of the cavernous sinus.
179 CT showed no evidence of a hypothalamus or pituitary mass
180 MRI revealed a 1x1x1 cm mass lesion in the pituitary stalk and inferior hypothalamus, isotense and enhanced homogeneously by gadolinium
181 MRI showed normal size of the pituitary fossa and a sellar floor that was depressed unilaterally. The stalk was thickened and the signal hyperintense after contrast.
182 MRI showed normal size of the pituitary fossa and normal sellar floor. The pituitary stalk was thickened and the signal hyperintense after contrast.
183 MRI showed normal size of the pituitary fossa and normal sellar floor. The pituitary stalk was thickened, with extension to the basal hypothalamus. The signal was hyperintense after contrast
184 MRI showed normal size of the fossa; the sellar floor was depressed unilaterally; the pituitary stalk was normal. The signal after contrast showed patchy enhancement
185 MRI showed slightly enlarged pituitary fossa, thin sellar floor, thickened pituitary stalk with extension to the basal hypothalamus. The signal was hyperintense after contrast.
186 MRI showed slightly enlarged pituitary fossa, normal sellar floor, thickened pituitary stalk, and hyperintense signal after contrast.
187 MRI showed slightly enlarged pituitary fossa, normal sellar floor, thickened pituitary stalk with extension to the hypothalamus, and hyperintense signal after contrast
188 MRI showed an enhancing mass in the pituitary fossa with suprasellar extension and central necrosis.
189 MRI showed a 2.5x2.5 cm, homogenous, isointense, intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension and compression of the optic chiasm. The lesion enhanced homogeneously after gadolinium.
190 MRI showed an intrasellar mass, which was poorly enhanced by gadolinium
191 MRI showed an enlarged sella with a 1.5 cm pituitary mass, extending to the suprasellar cistern and displacing the infundibulum to the left without damage to the optic chiasm.
192 MRI revealed a mass of about 5 mm in the neurohypophysis, lacking the normal hyper intensive signal
193 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk, with loss of the normal hyper intensive signal in the neurohypophysis.
194 MRI showed a intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension, having a 13 mm midline height. The pituitary stalk was deviated to the left side but its thickness was normal (2 mm).
195 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk, and loss of the hyperintense signal of the posterior pituitary.
196 CT scan (performed 4 months after presentation) showed an enlarged pituitary gland and enlarged pituitary stalk.
197 MRI showed sellar mass, thickening of the stalk, which was deviated to the left, dishomogeneous
198 MRI, performed 1.5 months after delivery, showed an intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension. The mass was enhanced after contrast injection. A pituitary tumor or hypophysitis were suspected.
199 MRI showed diffuse thickening of the pituitary infundibulum. The normal hyperintense signal of the posterior hypophysis was lost. The anterior pituitary appeared not involved and appeared small.
200 MRI showed an intrasellar mass (1.8 cm high) and a thickened infundibulum. The mass enhanced homogeneously after gadolinium. The high intensity signal typical of the neurohypophysis was lost.
201 MRI revealed an intrasellar mass extending with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic chiasm. The mass was isointense and homogenously enhanced by gadolinium.
202 MRI showed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension, displacing the optic chiasm. The mass enhanced as markedly as the cavernous sinus.
203 MRI showed an isodense intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension, displacing the optic chiasm. The mass enhanced markedly, except for the posterior central portion
204 MRI showed an intrasellar mass extending into the suprasellar cistern. There was marked, homogeneous, contrast enhancement.
205 MRI showed a large pituitary mass, heterogeneously enhancing after contrast. The high intensity of the posterior lobe was lost
206 MRI showed a large pituitary mass, heterogeneously enhancing after contrast. The high intensity of the posterior lobe was lost. The stalk was normal.
207 MRI showed a large pituitary mass, heterogeneously enhancing after contrast. The high intensity of the posterior lobe was lost. The stalk was thickened.
208 MRI showed a normal anterior lobe and a normal stalk. The posterior pituitary high intensity was lost.
209 MRI showed a normal anterior lobe and a normal stalk. The posterior pituitary high intensity was lost.
210 Intrasellar, space-occupying lesion.
211 not recorded
212 MRI showed a 12x14x15 mm intrasellar mass, and thickening of the pituitary stalk
213 Imaging showed an intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension, beginning to affect the optic chiasm.
214 Imaging showed an intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension.
215 Imaging showed a cystic intrasellar mass.
216 MRI showed a focal nodular thickening of the infundibulum, with loss of the "bright spot" (the hyperintense signal of the normal neurohypophysis). The adenohypophysis was normal.
217 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary with central hypodensity, suggestive of a possible pituitary macroadenoma with cystic necrosis. The infundibulum was not visualized.
218 MRI showed no pituitary enlargement and a normal pituitary stalk
219 MRI showed enlarged anterior pituitary with an heterogeneous area of high intensity. The posterior lobe and the stalk were normal.
220 MRI showed a suprasellar mass. Swelling of the pituitary stalk.
221 MRI showed swelling of the pituitary stalk and of the right side of the pituitary gland
222 MRI showed a big dumbbell shaped mass in the sellar and suprasellar regions. Swelling of the pituitary stalk.
223 MRI showed an intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension. In the intrasellar part there was a central area of hypodensity. Swelling of the pituitary stalk.
224 Imaging showed an intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension
225 Imaging showed a 3.5 cm intrasellar mass
226 Imaging showed an intrasellar mass
227 Imaging showed an intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension
228 Imaging showed an intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension
229 Imaging showed an intrasellar mass with contrast ring enhancement
230 Imaging showed a 6 mm mass within the pituitary stalk
231 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk and loss of the normal hyperintense signal of the posterior pituitary. After contrast injection, the anterior pituitary showed homogeneous enhancement, no change in the posterior pituitary
232 MRI showed large intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension, thickening of the pituitary stalk, and loss of the normal hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis. In addition there was a thickening of the meningi extending from the diaphragm sellae
233 MRI showed a round intrasellar mass that had high intensity in T1.
234 MRI showed increased size of the infundibulum and neurohypophysis, which had lost its normal hyperintense signal.
235 Global symmetric enlargement of anterior pituitary lobe, with slight suprasellar extension and marked homogeneous contrast enhancement. Thickened, enhancing sellar diaphragm. Thickened and markedly enhancing pituitary stalk.
236 MRI showed global symmetric enlargement of anterior pituitary lobe, with suprasellar extension and marked homogenous contrast enhancement. Thickened and markedly enhancing pituitary stalk.
237 Slight asymmetric enlargement of anterior pituitary lobe with suprasellar extension and marked homogeneous contrast enhancement. Pituitary stalk of normal appearance.
238 MRI showed global symmetric enlargement of the anterior pituitary lobe with slight suprasellar extension and ring-like enhancement of the pituitary. Thickened and markedly enhancing pituitary stalk.
239 MRI showed global symmetric enlargement of the anterior pituitary lobe, with slight suprasellar extension and marked homogeneous contrast enhancement. Pituitary stalk of normal appearance.
240 MRI showed sellar content of normal extent, posterior lobe not delineable. Homogeneous marked contrast enhancement of the sellar content. Pituitary stalk slightly thickened and markedly enhancing.
241 MRI showed slightly symmetric enlargement of sellar content with prominence of the posterior lobe. Marked and homogeneous contrast enhancement of the sellar content. Pituitary stalk of normal appearance.
242 MRI showed sellar content of normal extent, posterior lobe not delineable. Marked and homogeneous enhancement of the sellar content. Pituitary stalk thickened and strongly enhancing.
243 MRI showed global symmetric enlargement of the anterior pituitary lobe, with suprasellar extension and marked homogeneous contrast enhancement. Thickened and markedly enhancing pituitary stalk.
244 MRI showed an enhancing sellar mass with suprasellar extension.
245 MRI showed large mass arising form the pituitary fossa, thickening of the pituitary stalk, peripheral ring enhancement and a cystic appearance. Patient did well with thyroxine, hydrocortisone and testosterone therapy. Two years later, however, he developed diabetes insipidus and bitemporal hemianopsia.
246 MRI performed 1 year after the transphenoidal surgery showed enlargement of the residual pituitary gland.
247 MRI showed a homogeneous, NON enhancing, cystic lesion in the posterior hypophysis.
248 MRI showed swelling of the whole pituitary and thickening of the stalk. The normal, high-intensity signal of the neurohypophysis was lost. The lesion markedly enhanced after contrast.
249 MRI showed an homogeneous swelling of the whole pituitary, lack of high-intensity signal of the neurohypophysis, and thickening of the stalk.
250 MRI showed a 2x1.5 cm mass in the sella, extending above the diaphragma to compress the optic chiasm
251 CT scan showed a sellar mass extending into the suprasellar cistern and an enlarged pituitary stalk with homogenous contrast enhancement. MRI showed in addition, the invasion of the cavernous sinus.
252 MRI showed diffuse thickening of the dura mater, mildly enlarged pituitary gland, thickening of the stalk with extension to the basal hypothalamus and cavernous sinus, loss of high signal in the neurohypophysis
253 MRI showed a mass in the sella with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic nerve, homogeneously enhanced after contrast.
254 MRI was normal at presentation. 2 years later, it showed thickening of the pituitary stalk. 4 years later, pituitary enlargement, progressively thicker infundibulum impinging on the optic chiasm.
255 MRI showed marked widening of the pituitary stalk: its width at the level of the median eminence was 6 mm. There was abrupt tapering to 1-2 mm at the level of the insertion into the pituitary. The stalk enhanced markedly after contrast. The normal high intensity signal of the posterior pituitary was absent. The anterior pituitary was of normal size and signal intensity.
256 MRI showed a 15 mm intrasellar lesion, intensely and homogeneously enhanced after contrast. The normal hyperintense signal of the posterior hypophysis was absent.
257 MRI showed a well-defined intrasellar mass, measuring 15x18 mm, with suprasellar extension, contacting the optic chiasm. The mass was poorly enhanced after contrast and could be distinguished from the normal pituitary.
258 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk and loss of the hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis.
259 MRI showed focal nodular thickening of the infundibulum and a normal hypophysis.
260 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary with suprasellar extension, enhanced diffusely after contrast injection.
261 MRI showed a pituitary mass with areas of hyper- and iso-intensity. The dura was thickened on the upper and bottom sides, indicating dura infiltration.
262 MRI showed diffuse thickening of the stalk with a slightly enlarged pituitary gland
263 T1-weighted MRI of the pituitary showed decreased intensity of the posterior lobe and a swelling of the pituitary stalk
264 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk and enlargement of the neurohypophysis. The normal hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis was lost. The lesions were enhanced by gadolinium administration.
265 MRI showed a 10 mm ovoid mass in the infundibulum, enhancing after contrast.
266 MRI showed a 10 mm enhancing lesion in the infundibulum.
267 MRI showed a round mass lesion in the sella turcica, with no evidence of definite enhancement after contrast.
268 MRI showed a pituitary gland uniformly enlarged
269 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary of 13x16x12 mm. It displaced the optic chiasm superiorly and the carotid arteries laterally, and extended into the stalk. After contrast, it is enhanced and slightly heterogeneous.
270 MRI showed a large intrasellar mass with suprasellar extension compressing the optic chiasm. The posterior lobe and the infundibulum were not involved.
271 MRI showed diffuse enlargement of the whole pituitary gland, without signal intensity defects. The hypophysis measured 12 mm in height and 15 mm in sagittal diameter. There was no evidence of suprasellar or parasellar extension. The neurohypophysis had lost its normal hyperintense signal. The pituitary stalk was thickened.
272 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk and enlargement of the neurohypophysis on T1-weighted images that enhanced with gadolinium. The normal hyperintense signal of the posterior pituitary was lost.
273 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk and enlargement of the neurohypophysis on T1-weighted images that enhanced with gadolinium. The normal hyperintense signal of the posterior pituitary was lost.
274 MRI showed thickening of the pituitary stalk, which was homogeneously enhanced by gadolinium.
275 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary stalk, prominently enhanced after contrast. A small continuity was observed between the pituitary and the sphenoid sinus.
276 CT scan revealed enhancing pituitary mass
277 MRI showed a pituitary tumor
278 MRI showed a mass in the pituitary fossa causing chiasmal compression.
279 CT scan revealed a diffuse isodense sellar enlargement with upward displacement into the suprasellar space
280 MRI showed enlarged pituitary and thickened pituitary stalk and diffuse uptake of gadolinium.
281 MRI showed a suprasellar mass (11x7x8 mm), thickening of the pituitary stalk, and empty sella.
282 MRI showed a mass lesion, enhanced by contrast, at the root of the infundibulum. There was loss of the normal hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis and thickening of the pituitary stalk.
283 Initial MRI showed swelling of the whole pituitary gland and thickening of the dura mater on the dorsum sellae.
284 MRI showed a small parasellar mass in the left side and loss of the normal hyperintense signal in the neurohypophysis. There was a separate gadolinium-enhancing, pituitary mass and an enhancing left cavernous sinus lesion that encased the internal carotid artery. He then developed increased headaches, reduced libido and diplopia
285 MRI showed a non-invasive sellar and suprasellar mass of 18x18x12 mm with optic chiasm compression. The mass was isodense on T1 and showed marked enhancement after contrast.
286 CT scan showed moderate intrasellar enlargement of the pituitary gland with a dome-like suprasellar extension.
287 MRI showed an intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension and invading the right cavernous sinus. The pituitary stalk was thickened and the hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis was lost.
288 CT scan showed normal sella and no hemorrage or mass lesions.
289 MRI showed a homogeneously enhancing pituitary mass with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic chiasm and the hypothalamus.
290 MRI showed a slightly enlarged pituitary that partially extended above the sella. The uptake of the contrast was homogeneous in the entire gland, with a prominent rim along the sellar diaphragm.
291 MRI showed an intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension displacing the optic chiasm. The floor of the hypothalamus was infiltrated, with partial involvement of the 3rd ventricle. The mass had a polylobular appearance with hyperdense and hypodense areas. The pituitary stalk was obscured by this mass and could not be differentiated from the lesion. There was loss of the normal hyperintense signal of the posterior hypophysis.
292 MRI showed an enlarged pituitary approaching the optic chiasm. with marked diffuse enhancement after contrast.
293 not recorded
294 MRI showed a slightly enlarged pituitary gland, with early diffuse homogeneous uptake of contrast. The posterior lobe was not well visualized. The stalk was slightly enlarged.
295 MRI showed a thickened pituitary stalk, loss of the normal hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis. No evidence of optic chiasm or nerve compression
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303 MRI showed loss of the normal posterior pituitary bright signal intensity, abnormal nodular enlargement and thickening of the pituitary stalk (sagittal width x coronal width: 5x6 mm).
304 MRI showed enlargement and thickening of the pituitary stalk (sagittal width x coronal width: 3x4 mm), with loss of the normal bright signal intensity.
305 MRI showed loss of the normal posterior pituitary bright signal intensity, abnormal nodular enlargement and thickening of the pituitary stalk (sagittal width x coronal width: 10x6 mm). The anterior lobe was of normal size, shape and enhancement.
306 MRI of the hypophysis showed a normal pituitary gland and normal stalk. There were no signs of necrosis (Sheehan's syndrome or adenoma)
307 MRI showed a cystic mass in the sella of 2 cm maximum diameter, with suprasellar extension touching the chiasm. The stalk was thickened.
308 MRI showed a solid intrasellar mass of 2 cm maximum diameter that did not touch the optic chiasm. The stalk was thickened.
309 CT scan showed a solid intrasellar mass of 2 cm of maximum diameter, elevating the optic chiasm. The stalk was thickened.
310 MRI showed an intrasellar cystic mass of 4 cm maximum diameter, that elevated the optic chiasm. The stalks was thickened.
311 MRI showed a cystic sellar mass of 2 cm maximum diameter, elevating the optic chiasm. The stalk was thickened.
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334 MRI showed a 20x40x40 mm strongly enhancing mass, involving the hypothalamus, optic nerves chiasm and tracts as well as the infundibulum. The adenohypophysis was not involved, and the usual hyperintense signal of the posterior pituitary was preserved.
335 MRI showed a large mass arising from an expanded pituitary fossa with suprasellar extension, 20 mm high. It had homogeneous contrast enhancement.
336 MRI showed a mass in the pituitary fossa with suprasellar extension of 9 mm. The craniocaudal dimension of the lesion was 21 mm and the width 11 mm. After contrast, there was enhancement of the periphery, but not of the central part of the mass.
337 MRI showed a heterogeneous hypertrophy of the pituitary gland without chiasm compression. She received thyroxine, hydrocortisone, and estrogen/progesterone replacement. A follow-up MRI done 3 months later showed a decrease in the intrasellar mass. Two years later, fever and meningeal symptoms recurred. CSF analysis revealed once again a lymphocytic meningitis. The MRI showed a recurrence of the pituitary lesion.
338 MRI showed an intrasellar mass, interpreted as probable macroadenoma. Patient started methylprednisolone with improvement, although headaches and nausea persisted and thus surgery was performed.
339 CT scan of the brain performed 3 weeks postpartum showed an homogeneously enhancing mass in the pituitary fossa, with suprasellar extension.
340 MRI showed an intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension contacting the optic chiasm, homogeneously intense after contrast. The normal hyperintense signal of the posterior hypophysis was lost.
341 MRI showed an homogeneous intrasellar mass, measuring 16x12, with suprasellar extension.
342 MRI showed anterior pituitary gland. The posterior pituitary was normal
343 MRI showed a normal anterior and posterior hypophysis. The pituitary stalk, however, was thickened
344 MRI showed a significant enlargement of the pituitary stalk. After gadolinium, there was a high signal intensity of the pituitary stalk and posterior pituitary.
345 MRI showed a 18x12x10 intrasellar mass compressing the optic chiasm. The mass contained a clear central cystic area.
346 MRI showed an expanding 10x10 mm intrasellar mass, with suprasellar extension, compressing the optic chiasm. Gadolinium enhancement. A nonfunctioning pituitary adenoma was suspected.
347 MRI showed a 2.5 x 1 cm isodense pituitary mass, with suprasellar extension, thickened stalk and optic chiasm compression.
348 MRI revealed a diffuse thickening of the pituitary stalk. The adenohypophysis was swollen and enhanced heterogeneously
349 MRI showed a mass arising from the pituitary fossa, encroaching on the cavernous sinuses bilaterally, and extending upward compressing the chiasm
350 MRI showed a large intrasellar mass, enlarged pituitary stalk and involvement of the left cavernous sinus
351 MRI showed an 1.5 x 1.5 x 2.3 cm mass in the pituitary fossa, extending into the suprasellar cistern compressing the optic chiasm. The mass was heterogeneous showing a central bright signal consistent with old hemorrage.
352 CT and MRI revealed an enhancing sellar mass of 2 cm in the supero-inferior diameter, with suprasellar extension and compression of the optic chiasm. There was an area of hypodensity within the mass and bony erosion of the sellar floor.
353 MRI showed a 1 cm enhancing mass, expanding the pituitary fossa, extending into the suprasellar cisterns and abutting but not compressing the optic chiasm
354 MRI showed enlarged pituitary gland with a tumor extending through the diaphragm sellae, filling the suprasellar cistern and displacing the optic chiasm
355 MRI showed enlargement of the pituitary gland and thickening of the infundibulum.
356 MRI showed a mass enlarging the sella turcica, extending into the suprasellar cistern and abutting the optic chiasm
357 MRI showed disappearance of hyperintensity of the posterior pituitary, pituitary stalk and enlargement of the pituitary gland. There was also homogeneous enhancement of these areas in T1 with gadolinium.
358 MRI showed disappearance of hyperintensity of the posterior pituitary, pituitary stalk and enlargement of the pituitary gland. There was also homogeneous enhancement of these areas in T1 with gadolinium.
359 MRI revealed a large sellar mass extending into the right cavernous sinus and prepontine cistern, compressing the pons. The hyperintense signal of the neurohypophysis was absent in T1. Angiogram showed 90% stenosis of the internal carotid artery.
360 MRI showed a well-demarcated large sellar mass arising from the pituitary fossa, with peripheral rim enhancement and cystic appearance. The mass extended above the sella displacing anteriorly the pituitary stalk. This was suggestive of pituitary macroadenoma with cystic necrosis. The optic chiasm was compressed and displaced upwardly.
361 A gadolinium-enhanced MRI showed a heterogeneously enhancing sellar mass, extending 1.7 cm above the sella. The mass appeared shaped as an eight, and bowed the optic chiasm.
362 The same MRI also showed an enlarged pituitary with a round, homogeneously contrast-enhancing suprasellar mass with bulky feature, pushing away the optic chiasm. Lachrymal and salivary gland biopsy showed prominent, polyclonal lymphoid infiltration with a f few follicles.
363 MRI showed suprasellar extension and cavernous sinus involvement.
364 MRI showed suprasellar extension and thickened stalk. Patient was suspected of having lymphocytic hypophysitis and began steroids (dexamethasone 8 mg/day). This treatment failed so she underwent surgery.
365 MRI showed pituitary mass with suprasellar extension.
366 MRI showed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension.
367 MRI showed pituitary mass with suprasellar extension
368 MRI showed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension.
369 MRI showed a triangular sellar mass, extending above the sella and toward the cavernous sinus involvement.
370 MRI showed an intrasellar mass.
371 MRI showed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension and thickened stalk.
372 MRI showed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension.
373 MRI showed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension.
374 MRI showed intrasellar mass and thickened stalk.
375 MRI showed a pituitary mass with suprasellar extension.
376 MRI showed normal pituitary and stalk.
377 MRI showed an intrasellar cystic tumor causing enlargement of the sella turcica.
378 MRI showed an intrasellar cystic tumor causing enlargement of the sella turcica.
379 MRI showed an intrasellar cystic tumor causing enlargement of the sella turcica.
380 A GH secreting chromophobe adenoma was found. In one area the tumor had an infiltrate of lymphocytes organized in a follicle.
381 MRI showed an intrasellar mass of 18x14 that contacted the optic chiasm, which however was not compressed or displaced.
382 MRI showed an enlarged hypophysis, which contained a small cystic lesion. The posterior lobe had lost the normal hyperintensity. The stalk was thickened. Both the hypophysis and the stalk were strongly enhanced after contrast.
383 MRI showed intra- and supra-sellar cystic masses that ballooned the sella turcica and compressed the optic chiasm. The optic nerves were swollen bilaterally. The bright posterior pituitary lobe was not seen.
384 MRI was normal at age 8. Then showed thickened, contrast-enhanced, stalk at age 10 and enlarged pituitary at age 12.
385 MRI showed an expansive process in the pituitary stalk extending to the 3rd ventricle.
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387 MRI showed a homogeneous mass in the pituitary (23x15x15), with heterogeneous gadolinium enhancement and right cavernous sinus invasion