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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Pituitary microadenoma. Coronal fluid attenuated inversion recovery (a) and routine T1-weighted postcontrast (b) images of brain show a small nodular lesion (thin white arrow) involving the right side of the pituitary gland producing mild bulge of superior margin of the gland and leftward deviation of the pituitary stalk (thick white arrow). The lesion appears isointense to the gland on the fluid attenuated inversion recovery image and shows an enhancement pattern almost identical to the normal pituitary gland

Figure 1: Pituitary microadenoma. Coronal fluid attenuated inversion recovery (a) and routine T1-weighted postcontrast (b) images of brain show a small nodular lesion (thin white arrow) involving the right side of the pituitary gland producing mild bulge of superior margin of the gland and leftward deviation of the pituitary stalk (thick white arrow). The lesion appears isointense to the gland on the fluid attenuated inversion recovery image and shows an enhancement pattern almost identical to the normal pituitary gland