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Early life Wall Street Tycoon is a management and business simulation video game developed and published by 2K Games in April 2005 for Windows and in May 2005 for Xbox. The Microsoft Windows version was the second game of the series after 1992's The Game of Wall Street. 2K's predecessor for the Xbox series, NBA Playground, did not have any sequels released. The gameplay of Wall Street Tycoon is similar to that of The Game of Wall Street and NBA Playground, but with more focus on the management aspects of the game. Players are also able to use 3D models, which is a feature not present in any previous games in the series. Controversies In February 2007, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission filed a complaint against Jason Padgett and Michael J. Gillis, two former employees of A.R.T. who pleaded guilty to insider trading. The SEC claimed Padgett and Gillis conspired to trade shares of A.R.T. on the basis of confidential information from company executives, including two executives who allegedly sold more than 100,000 A.R.T. shares within minutes of learning that the stock was about to increase by a substantial percentage. See also Two Point Hospital Tropico Tycoon City References Category:The Game of Wall Street Category:Business simulation games Category:2K Games franchises Category:Take-Two Interactive franchises Category:Business simulation games Category:Video games developed in the United StatesMagnetic resonance imaging of pituitary and hypothalamic lesions. The aim of this study was to determine the accuracy of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in the diagnosis of pituitary and hypothalamic lesions. MR images of 37 patients with pituitary or hypothalamic lesions (26 patients with prolactinomas, 5 with acromegaly, 6 with empty sella syndrome, 2 with pituitary apoplexy, 2 with cerebral aneurysm, and 2 with encephalitis) were reviewed by one of three neuroradiologists, and they were compared with surgical results in 34 patients. The sensitivity of MR imaging for detecting lesions of the pituitary and hypothalamus was 100% (26/26 patients with prolactinomas), 100% (5/5 patients with acromegaly), and 83% (5/6 patients with empty sella syndrome). However, the specificity was only 69% (20/29 patients). The detection rate of





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