Apoplejía hipofisiaria durante el embarazo.
[Pituitary apoplexy during pregnancy]

A Martinz, O Reyes

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La apoplejía hipofisiaria es una complicación poco frecuente, con escasos casos descritos en la literatura mundial. Su asociación con el embarazo genera dificultades diagnósticas, con secuelas a corto y largo plazo que ponen en peligro la vida de la paciente de no darse el seguimiento apropiado. Presentamos un caso de apoplejía hipofisiaria de presentación durante el embarazo y revisión de la literatura.

Palabras claves: Apoplejía hipofisiaria, hipófisis, embarazo.

Abstract

Pituitary apoplexy is a rare complication, with few cases described in the world literature. Its association with pregnancy creates diagnostic difficulties, with short- and long-term sequelae that are life threatening if not properly followed up. We present a case of pituitary apoplexy in pregnancy and a review of the literature.

Key words: Pituitary apoplexy, hypophysis, pregnancy.


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