Spontaneous cerebrospinal rhinorrhea is a rare clinical condition. More commonly it develops due to cerebral tumors or hydrocephalus; it is seldom seen in association with empty sella syndrome. This is a 40 yr old female with spontaneous CSF leak. MRI images reveal a flattened thinned out pituitary gland and defect in the sellar floor on coronal CT scan images. Contrast MRI images are provided.
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