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Pituitary apoplexy is an acute clinical syndrome caused by infarction and/or hemorrhage of pituitary adenoma, which typically presents with severe headache, visual deterioration, and endocrine abnormalities. However, temporal lobe epileptic seizure has not been viewed as a symptom of pituitary apoplexy in the literature. Case presentation: To elucidate further such a rare complication of temporal lobe epilepsy, we describe here the rare clinical manifestations of a 55-year-old previouslydoi:10.21203/rs.2.9242/v2 fatcat:5ga6rrzllzacjemcdx6yqs7xmy