School ager with growth hormone deficiency

MRI of pituitary interrupted stalk syndrome
Sagittal (above) and coronal (below) T1 MRI without contrast of the sella shows absence of the pituitary stalk between the sella and the hypothlamus. In addition, the high signal intensity posterior pituitary bright spot, which should be located posteriorly in the sella turcica, is instead located in the inferior aspect of the hypothalamus.

The diagnosis was pituitary interrupted stalk syndrome and ectopic posterior pituitary.