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Rathke cleft cyst

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Description of Rathke cleft cyst

Rathke cleft cyst: Rathke's pouch cysts are rarely symptomatic in the first two decades of life though they may produce symptoms in the third and fourth decades of life. When the cysts do present in the first decades of life, the symptoms are generally associated with diabetes insipidus or other conditions related to hypopituitarism.
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