A 33-year-old female asked:
What is a prominent pineal gland with no clinical significance? what would cause it to be more prominent?
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Neurology 54 years experience
?congenital: Maybe you possess a lifelong pineal cyst, or perhaps your "gland" was imaged at a distorted angle. Although pinealiomas exist, these are usually discovered at a different age. Most likely, the findings are of no clinical significance. If you are concerned, have a full conference with your doctor.
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