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Hypopituitarism as the presenting feature of bronchogenic carcinoma with metastases to the pituitary gland.

著者 Johnston PC , Black NR , McIlroy J , Sharkey R , Garvey A , Lindsay JR
Indian J Endocrinol Metab.2013 Jan ; 17(1):167-9.
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Tumours metastasizing to the pituitary gland are uncommon. Symptomatic patients with pituitary metastases can present with diabetes insipidus, headache, visual field defects and/or anterior pituitary hormonal dysfunction. Treatment options for pituitary metastases include, surgical resection, cranial or parasellar irradiation and/or chemotherapy, and hormonal replacement if indicated. The overall prognosis of pituitary metastases is poor. We present a case of hypopituitarism as the presenting feature of bronchogenic carcinoma with metastases to the pituitary gland.
PMID: 23776875 [PubMed]
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