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Causes of bitemporal hemianopia?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
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In brief: Pituitary disease
Most losses in the bitemporal pattern - partial or complete - originate with tumors of the pituitary gland pressing on the optic nerve chiasm. There are a few rare cases with this pattern from vascular malformations and tumors like meningioma.

In brief: Pituitary disease
Most losses in the bitemporal pattern - partial or complete - originate with tumors of the pituitary gland pressing on the optic nerve chiasm. There are a few rare cases with this pattern from vascular malformations and tumors like meningioma.
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