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    Flattened Pituitary, is there an expert page?
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    Anon_41638 posted:
    incidental "empty sella turcica" is
    visible with the pituitary gland compressed against the sellar
    floor
    on my MRI report.
    I have found medical journal entries but no patient documentations on the internet.
    have seen explanations that its...." when a woman is obese" (thanks but I have been active my whole life and I am over weight but not sitting on couch eating bon bons )
    to
    possible past cyst or csf pressure resulting in flattening to malformations.

    is there an expert on the board anywhere..
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hiya and welcome,

    We do have a Women's Health Community you are welcomed to join in and ask for support there.

    But it's something you should talk to your doctor about. Share you concerns and questions with him/her as well.
    Good Luck and Good health,
    Chrissy
    WebMD Community Staff


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