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Figure 2: Pituitary microadenoma. High-resolution dynamic contrast-enhanced T1-weighted coronal image of brain of another patient (at 60 seconds) shows a small nonenhancing (dark) microadenoma (thin black arrow) lateralized to the right side of the pituitary gland. Note that the lesion is more conspicuous on dynamic contrast scan compared to the routine contrast scan (seen in figure 5b). The normal pituitary gland shows marked homogenous enhancement and there is no deviation of pituitary stalk (thin white arrow) in this case

Figure 2: Pituitary microadenoma. High-resolution dynamic contrast-enhanced T1-weighted coronal image of brain of another patient (at 60 seconds) shows a small nonenhancing (dark) microadenoma (thin black arrow) lateralized to the right side of the pituitary gland. Note that the lesion is more conspicuous on dynamic contrast scan compared to the routine contrast scan (seen in figure 5b). The normal pituitary gland shows marked homogenous enhancement and there is no deviation of pituitary stalk (thin white arrow) in this case