Intrasellar xanthogranuloma presenting as pituitary dysfunction: a case report
Journal of Medical Case Reports, 05/14/2012Nishiuchi T et al.
Because diagnosis depends on surgical intervention and xanthogranulomas of the intrasellar region are very rare, the natural history of xanthogranuloma is still unknown. Therefore, this entity is difficult to diagnose preoperatively. The authors suggest that xanthogranuloma should be included in the differential diagnosis, even in the case of sellar lesions, to formulate appropriate postoperative management and improve endocrine outcomes.
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