Pituitary MRI educational series: A fascinating case of sarcoidosis and secondary empty sella

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 masses or nodules, called granulomas, consisting of inflamed tissues).  The second MRI illustrates a secondary empty sella.

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