Peripheral nerve complications of HIV-1 infection
Jan. 12, 2023
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MRI from a 31-year-old man with pituitary apoplexy precipitated by systemic chemotherapy demonstrates expansion of the sella consistent with a prior slow-growing tumor. Enhancement of the sphenoid sinus mucosa is also seen (gray arrows), which has been linked to higher intrasellar pressures and more severe pituitary apoplexy. (Source: Hamrick FA, Findlay MC, Rennert RC, Budohoski KP, Couldwell WT. Pituitary apoplexy precipitated by systemic chemotherapy. Cureus 2022;14:e23004. Creative Commons Attribution License [CC-BY 4.0].)