Elizabeth Devita

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We examined five patients with Alzheimer's disease who complained of poor vision. Two patients had mild Alzheimer's disease; they complained of problems with reading and of "bumping into things," yet both had normal visual acuities. One patient with moderate Alzheimer's disease had abnormal eye movements, visual-evoked potentials, and contrast sensitivity.(More)
Breast carcinoma metastatic to the orbit presented in four patients as a diffuse mass lesion. Clinical findings included restricted ocular motility, palpable mass, enophthalmos, and ptosis. The delay in diagnosis in three cases was due to subtle early findings, the long time interval from the primary breast lesion, lack of other metastases, and, in each of(More)
Ethambutol is frequently used in the treatment of tuberculosis, and, although optic neuropathies have been reported with the use of ethambutol, this adverse side effect has been considered to be rare and generally reversible with discontinuation of the medication. However, we recently saw two patients with renal tuberculosis treated with ethambutol in whom(More)
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