Dr. Lewis Blevins describes what was suggested as a possible pituitary tumor in a 36-year-old patient causing hypopituitarism and growing in size. The assumed tumor turns out to be a calcifying pseudoneoplasm of the neuraxis. Learn more here about these rare masses in this fascinating MRI video.
In this interesting scan, Dr. Lewis Blevins points out an interesting enlargement of the sella turcica, a deviated stalk, and an asymmetrical pituitary gland in this patient with hypoprolactinemia.
A discussion of an MRI radiology study of a patient with a fascinating case of hypergonadism. Click here for more MRI videos with Dr. Blevins’ commentary.
This is a pituitary MRI video of a partially resected macro adenoma where the residual tumor has grown in size. This patient has hypopituitarism. Click here for more MRI videos with Dr. Blevins’ commentary.
In this video of an MRI Dr. Blevins illustrates an unusual case of hyperprolactinemia. This is also a great opportunity to learn about MRI views as he describes some of the anatomies. The basic orientation
An excellent MRI discussion by Dr. Blevins to learn and visualize the anatomy of a pituitary scan. This comparison of two MRI’s, done 6 years apart, shows a case of a patient with neuro-sarcoidosis (abnormal
In this video, Dr. Lewis Blevins discusses Nelson’s syndrome, which is a pituitary tumor that becomes clinically apparent after initial surgery.
This article illustrates why it’s so important to get a good pituitary surgeon. It shows an excellent MRI image of a large tumor form a 37 year old patient that presented with hypogonadism. Dr. Blevins
From the desk of Pituitary World News cofounder Dr. Lewis Blevins a fascinating rare case of a double pituitary adenoma in a person with acromegaly.
Dr. Blevins discusses potential pituitary surgery to explore solutions on this MRI from a patient with hypergonadism and hyperprolactinemia. The MRI also shows a cystic lesion, which is most likely a cystic pituitary adenoma.
We continue our series of short videos showing radiographic findings so you can learn more about a wide array of pituitary disorders and also see how an MRI is interpreted. This MRI was thought to
Pituitary World News co-founder Dr. Lewis Blevins explains a very rare metastasis to the pituitary region and other areas of the brain in a patient with a history of colon cancer. If you re interested in