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MRI Findings question

By February 20, 2015 - 1:38pm
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Hi Everyone!
I am a 23 year-old woman. I have been seeing an endocrinologist for about a year. I have high prolactin, and was put on Caborgoline. I have no sex drive, chronic, daily headaches, and anxiety. I had an MRI of my brain done to determine the cause. My endocrinologist has a thick german accent, and I have a difficult time understanding the findings of my MRI. What I did understand from what he told me was to see a Neurosurgeon at the John Hopkins Hospital, however there is a 7-8 month wait, so I may go elsewhere.

Here is the report of the Impression of my MRI:

"There is a dehiscence along the right floor of the sella turcica with a small herniation of the pituitary gland without abnormal enhancement. Differentials include a microadenoma with erosive changes or migrational disorder of the pituitary gland. Findings remain stable."

Can someone explain this to me in a simpler way? Thank you so much!

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