Multifocal fibrosclerosis is a term used to denote a combination of similar fibrous disorders occurring at different anatomical sites and including idiopathic mediastinal and retroperitoneal fibrosis, sclerosing cholangitis, Riedel's thyroiditis, and orbital pseudotumour. This paper reports a patient, known to have retroperitoneal and testicular fibrosis, who suffered visual loss resulting from marked changes in the macular region of one eye and suprasellar extension of a mass in the pituitary fossa. These lesions appear to represent very uncommon manifestations of multifocal fibrosclerosis.
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