Endocrine disorders such as hyperprolactinemia commonly occur, producing symptoms such as galactorrhea, menstrual changes, infertility, and sexual dysfunction. Other common presenting symptoms include headaches and visual changes (bitemporal visual field deficit, blurry vision, and/or diplopia). Many affected patients remain asymptomatic, and tumors are found on imaging obtained for other reasons.
A rare complication of untreated pituitary adenomas is pituitary apoplexy.
D35.2 – Benign neoplasm of pituitary gland
127024001 – Neoplasm of pituitary gland
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