2023, Vol. 7 Issue 1, Part A
Empty sella syndrome managed with homoeopathy: A case report
Author(s): Dr. Beena Das TR and Dr. Jaysi C
The empty sella Syndrome, is a condition resulting from herniation of the subarachnoid space through the diaphragma sella, displacing the normal pituitary gland. Empty sella can be of two types: partial or complete. Partial means, cerebrospinal fluid fills less than 50% of the sella. Total means cerebrospinal fluid fills more than 50% of sella, with the thickness of gland being < 2 mm. This is a case of a 40-year-old female, with recurrent attacks of sudden and excruciating pain in head with redness in right eye. She was admitted on 5/2/2020 having IP NO: 747, at Govt. Homoeopathic Medical College Kozhikode, for excruciating pain in right side of head radiating to right eye, ear, face and back of head, with redness in right eye. Clinical diagnosis was made after reviewing MRI brain. As in conventional medication, without the analgesic, managed successfully with Homoeopathic Medications. After individualising the case, homoeopathic medicine Apis mellifica 6 C and Onosmodium Q was prescribed, and within 1 week, her ailments got better.
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