A rare case of pituitary tuberculoma-diagnosed and managed conservatively
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Sir, we report a case of a 25-years-old girl who presented to our hospital with bilateral diminution of vision since 10 days. Patient had low grade continuous fever, with evening rise of temperature, dry cough, weight loss, anorexia and headache associated with recurrent vomiting since 1 month, followed after 20 days by retro-orbital pain and visual blurring. On examination, patient was febrile but conscious and oriented. Vitals were BP-110/62 mm hg, pulse rate-92/min. There was pallor, but no icterus, clubbing, lymphadenopathy, loss of secondary sexual characters or postural hypotension. CNS examination revealed presence of meningeal signs, bilateral lateral rectus palsy, sluggishly reacting bilateral pupils with presence of relative afferent papillary defect and fundus examination revealed papilloedema. Rest of the CNS, cardiovascular, respiratory and abdomen examination were unremarkable. Patient’s investigations revealed- Hemoglobin-105gm/L, total...
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