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Large predominantly low density pituitary fossa mass is noted which extends into the suprasellar cistern. The lesion is predominately low density, however, does demonstrate a peripheral high attenuation rim with some heterogenous signal intensity is seen particularly in the anteroinferior margin with possibly a small nodule adjacent to this. No calcification is identified. The pituitary gland itself cannot be identified. The sella is grossly expanded, however, no definite bony destruction is identified.