D Kokinakis

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We studied 20 patients with acute optic neuritis prospectively for 12 months. Visual fields, color vision, and VEPs to 15' checks were initially abnormal in all patients. Visual acuity was abnormal in 90% and contrast sensitivity in 95% of patients. We devised a graded visual impairment scale (GVIS) to include all visual functions tested. Complete recovery(More)
This study compared visual evoked potentials (VEP) and contrast sensitivity (CS) as methods of detecting visual loss in 15 women with acute onset of pseudotumor cerebri (PTC). A total of 24 out of 30 eyes (14 of 15 patients) had a visual disturbance. Neuro-ophthalmologic examination demonstrated abnormal Goldmann visual fields in 13 of 30 eyes. CS was(More)
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