This case involves a patient who experienced progressive vision loss and was eventually diagnosed with a pituitary tumor. The patient underwent medical imaging and had films taken, however no abnormal findings were reported. The patient had gotten progressively worse since the imaging was preformed; and as a result she went back in 6-years later, at which time a mass was found. She was diagnosed with large pituitary macro-adenoma. She had a resection left inferior turbinate mass and had acute worsening of vision. Another radiologist looked at the film from the original imaging, where the mass was described as a size of pea, but by the time it was found it was the size of a small plum. The plaintiff alleges had she been diagnosed sooner, action could have been taken to prevent her progressing loss of vision.