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63 Possible Causes for Bitemporal Hemianopsia, Diplopia, Panhypopituitarism

  • Suprasellar Tumor

    An examination of her visual fields revealed bitemporal hemianopsia. Her corrected visual acuity with eye glasses was insufficient.[] Diplopia indicated a possible tumor mass involving the cavernous sinus.[] On confrontation, he had bitemporal hemianopsia that was confirmed by Humphrey visual field testing.[]

  • Sellar Tumor with Suprasellar Extension

    On confrontation, he had bitemporal hemianopsia that was confirmed by Humphrey visual field testing.[] Anterior pituitary hormonal deficiency: Panhypopituitarism or varying degrees of loss of any of the six hormones may occur.[] This binocular diplopia occurs in the presence of intact ocular motility.[]

  • Pituitary Neoplasm

    Cushing-like effects, diplopia, bitemporal hemianopsia and diabetes insipidus are some of many symptoms that can be encountered.[] If all the hormones produced by the pituitary are affected this condition is known as panhypopituitarism.[] (decreased menstrual flow) nervousness and irritability other mental disturbances sleep disturbances (including insomnia) changes in vision, photophobia, eye irritation, diplopia[]

  • Pituitary Apoplexy

    Neurological examination disclosed bitemporal hemianopsia. Computed tomography (CT) scans revealed a suprasellar mass including intratumoral hematoma.[] […] platelet count (HELLP) syndrome was diagnosed in a 35-year-old woman at 39 weeks' gestation, magnetic resonance imaging and hormone examination revealed pituitary apoplexy with panhypopituitarism[] The ptosis and diplopia improved, and the blurred vision resolved.[]

  • Pituitary Adenoma

    Here, we report the case of a 67-year-old woman who presented with bitemporal hemianopsia and visual impairment accompanied by mildly elevated prolactin.[] Abstract In rare cases, pancytopenia results from hormonal deficiencies that arise in the setting of panhypopituitarism.[] CASE DESCRIPTION: We present the case of a 63-year-old woman with remote history of Staphylococcus osteomyelitis who presented with 1 week of diplopia, partial left third[]

  • Meningioma

    The authors present a 64-year-old woman with progressive bilateral vision loss, including visual acuity deficits and bitemporal hemianopsia.[] Other rare presentations include: Meningiomas near the sella turcica may produce panhypopituitarism. Spinal meningiomas may cause Brown-Séquard's syndrome.[] A 33-year-old female patient presented with diplopia and left eye ptosis 26 weeks into her first pregnancy.[]

  • Craniopharyngioma

    Of the seventeen (63%) patients presenting with varying degrees of bitemporal hemianopsia, all had improvement in vision postoperatively.[] We report the case of a patient with craniopharyngioma presenting with severe hyponatremia, panhypopituitarism, and hyponatremia-induced myopathy.[] In this paper we report a case of mixed pituitary adenoma/craniopharyngioma observed in a 75-year-old woman presenting with diplopia and slight increase of serum prolactin[]

  • Empty Sella Syndrome

    A 48-year-old man with a prolactin-secreting macroadenoma treated with cabergoline presented with progressive bitemporal hemianopsia.[] Hormonal evaluation and cranial MRI revealed a panhypopituitarism with empty sella.[] Two hours after finishing the streptokinase, he complained of a sudden severe headache, diplopia (double vision) and blurred vision.[]

  • Launois Syndrome

    Symptoms related to the compressive effects of the tumor include headaches, visual disturbances such as bitemporal hemianopsia, and signs of hypopituitarism.[] […] with Muscle Weakness and Spasms 577 Case 93 A Woman with Limb Swelling and Pain 581 Case 94 A Man with a Bent Spine 584 Case 95 A Man with Muscle Stiffness and Later with Diplopia[]

  • Berry Aneurysm

    Panhypopituitarism secondary to an aneurysm of the anterior communicating artery. CMAJ. 1987; 137 (5): 413-5[ PubMed ] 8. Swanson LW, Sawchenko PE.[] Diplopia (double vision). Loss of vision. Eye and neck pain. Sentinel or warning headaches.[] The most common symptoms are headache (48%), dizziness (10%), orbital pain (7%), diplopia (4%) and visual loss (4%).[]

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