F.Y, female, aged 27 years in December 1990, was suffering for 4 years with occasional attack of headaches (since 1986). She had severe attack of headache worse on the left side on 17th Dec 1990 with swoon and hazy vision when she came to us for her treatment on 29th Dec 1990.
Clinically the Patient presented with haziness of vision, pain and weakness of the right side.
C.T. Scan of Brain dated 25.12.1990 – showed 'The most significant abnormality is the presence of a mixed attenuating (hypo and hyperdense) well circumscribed mass at supraseller and intra-seller region producing marked expansion of the sella slightly more on left side. The fairly large mass measures about 2.2 cms in AP, 3.54 cms in transverse and 3.37 cms vertically as maximum dimensions. ?Craniopharyngioma, ??Pituitary macroadenoma'.
After undergoing treatment from us with the medicines Haziness of vision improved from the first month of the commence¬ment of the treatment and vision has been completely restored now. Pain and weakness of the right arm completely recovered. She is now healthy and normal and enjoying life.
C.T. Scan of Brain dated 27th April 1992 - 'Follow up case of a fairly large intrasellar mass with predominantly suprasellar extension now showing complete disappearance of the inhomogenously enhancing mass leaving behind normal appearances of the Pituitary gland and suprasellar cistern, since the last scan done on 25th Dec 1990'.