Suprasellar Germinoma

This 24-year-old woman presented clinically with ongoing intermittent headaches most severe in the frontal region. On physical exam, she was found to have bilateral optic atrophy and a right homonymous hemianopia. The patient was noted to have a mass on subsequent CT and MRI examinations. She underwent a frontal temporal biospy of the mass which pathologically confirmed the presence of a germinoma. [...]

Metastatic Pituitary Disease

This 53-year-old woman presented to oncology clinic complaining of new-onset headaches over the last week. In particular, these occurred intermittently, involving the region of her right eye. She also reported new-onset diplopia. The patient had a history of cervical cancer with metastatic lesions to her lungs, which were found 6 months previous. The patient’s MR examination is given, and endoscopic transnasal tumor resection was subsequently performed. [...]

Pituitary Macroadenoma

This 64-year-old man presented clinically with a complaint of vision loss over the last year. Ophthalmologic exam revealed a bitemporal hemianopsia and the patient was referred for MRI. A prolactin level was normal. The lesion was subsequently resected via an intranasal approach. [...]