Pituitary Microadenomas and Artery Steal Syndrome
Compression of the optic chiasm usually results in typical bitemporal visual field loss. However, a small tumor, like pituitary microadenoma, was not big enough to compress the optic chiasm but might also be able to cause bitemporal visual field defects. What are the underlying reasons?
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