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Figure 1: T1-weighted contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (Panels A [coronal] and B [sagittal]) showed a 4 mm hypointense lesion on the right side of the pituitary (arrow), T2-weighted noncontrast magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a hyperintense lesion with a fluid level in an enlarged sella (Panels C and D), consistent with pituitary apoplexy. T1-weighted contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging at 2-month postdelivery with resolution of apoplexy and persistence of the underlying adenoma (Panels E and F arrows). T1-weighted contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging at 4-month postpartum revealed complete resolution of the pituitary adenoma (Panels G and H)

Figure 1: T1-weighted contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (Panels A [coronal] and B [sagittal]) showed a 4 mm hypointense lesion on the right side of the pituitary (arrow), T2-weighted noncontrast magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a hyperintense lesion with a fluid level in an enlarged sella (Panels C and D), consistent with pituitary apoplexy. T1-weighted contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging at 2-month postdelivery with resolution of apoplexy and persistence of the underlying adenoma (Panels E and F arrows). T1-weighted contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging at 4-month postpartum revealed complete resolution of the pituitary adenoma (Panels G and H)