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Meningitis as the presenting symptom of pituitary adenomata
  1. R. G. Lascelles,
  2. K. K. Bhalla,
  3. S. J. Tuck,
  4. Paul S. Graves


    We have recently seen two patients, both men in their forties, who presented with a clinical picture of meningitis which was later found to be secondary to infarction of an underlying chromophobe adenoma of the pituitary.

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