What is the difference between empty sella syndrome and migraines?

Anatomy v symptoms. Empty sella describes the appearance of the pituitary gland on mri. Migraines are a characteristic type of headache, likely caused by the blood flow in the occipital lobe (visual/ back of the head) of the brain.
Migraines. Empty sella syndrome is a radiological diagnosis, migraines are a headache pattern and normally not related.