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Eales Disease to Eyebrow Whorl : 

Empty Sella Syndrome

Eales Disease  |  East-West Syndrome  |  Eaton-Lambert Syndrome  |  Eclampsia and Preeclampsia  |  Ectopia Lentis with Ectopia of Pupil  |  Ectrodactyly, Ectodermal Dysplasia, Clefting Syndrome (EEC Syndrome)  |  Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome  |  18p- Syndrome  |  18q- Syndrome  |  Eldridge Syndrome  |  Electrical Injury  |  11q- Syndrome  |  Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome  |  Elschnig Syndrome  |  Elschnig Syndrome I  |  Empty Sella Syndrome  |  Encephalitis, Acute  |  Endocarditis  |  Engelmann Syndrome  |  Enterobiasis  |  Epiblepharon  |  Epicanthus  |  Epidemic Keratoconjunctivitis  |  Epidermal Nevus Syndrome  |  Epilepsy, Light-Sensitive  |  Epiphyseal Dysplasia of Femoral Heads, Myopia, Deafness  |  Epiphyseal Dysplasia, Microcephaly, and Nystagmus  |  Epiphyseal Dysplasia, Multiple, with Myopia and Conductive Deafness  |  Episkopi Blindness  |  Epithelial Erosion Syndrome  |  Erb-Goldflam Syndrome  |  Erosion Syndrome  |  Erythema Nodosum  |  Escherichia Coli  |  Espildora-Luque Syndrome  |  Ethan Syndrome, Primary  |  Ethan Syndrome, Secondary  |  Exfoliation Syndrome  |  Ewing Sarcoma  |  Extreme Hydrocephalus Syndrome  |  Eyebrow Whorl

General: Further progression of ocular findings and symptoms after treatment of pituitary tumors.
Ocular: Reduced visual acuity and possible blindness; hemianopsia; quadranopsia; irregular field defects; central scotoma; pale optic disks; central retinal vein occlusion.
Clinical: Acromegalic features and other general systemic manifestations depend on the type of the primary tumor the patient had and are not part of the "empty sella syndrome" that is responsible for progression of ocular pathologic condition.

Battaglia Parodi M, et al. Primary empty sella syndrome and central retinal vein occlusion. Ophthalmologica 1995; 209:106-108.
Colby MY Jr, Kearns TP. Radiation therapy of pituitary adenomas with associated visual impairment. Mayo Clin Proc 1962; 37:15-24.
Dahlstrom R, Acers TE. Chiasmatic arachnoiditis and empty sella: report and discussion of a case. Ann Ophthalmol 1975; 7:73.
Pollock SC, Bromberg BS. Visual loss in a patient with primary empty sella. Arch Ophthalmol 1987; 105:1487-1488.