J A Reche-Sainz

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CLINICAL CASE A 42 year-old male was assessed for a subacute, bilateral and progressive visual loss. His medical history included chronic hepatitis C infection and Evans syndrome. On fundal examination, multiple areas of neurosensorial and retinal pigmented epithelium detachment were observed in the region of both macula. A few days later, his general(More)
INTRODUCTION Neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) is a dominantly inherited neuroectodermal syndrome that predispose to the development of tumors of the central and peripheral nervous system. Additional features include eye and skin abnormalities. CASE REPORT A 12-year old male with diagnosis of MF2 according to Baser et al and presentation in childhood was(More)
CASE REPORT A 63-year-old male with a history of hypertension, hypercholesterolemia and chronic smoking, presented with a loss of the temporal visual field of right eye (RE). A restriction of the temporal field of RE and also of the nasal field of left eye was clinically suspected when the patient was tested by confrontation. A kinetic perimetry confirmed(More)
CLINICAL CASE A 58 year-old man with a known diagnosis of a large cell lung carcinoma, developed a progressive diplopia. His examination revealed a double oculomotor nerve palsy with dilated and poorly reactive pupils. A cranial magnetic resonance showed an unique and solitary lesion in the midbrain, which presumably affected to both oculomotor nucleus and(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess possible differences in the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) thickness between children with strabismus and controls. This study also compared esotropia with exotropia cases, and dominant eyes with non-dominant eyes. METHOD 31 children with esotropia, 17 children with exotropia and 32 controls were studied. The peripapillary RNFL(More)
INTRODUCTION The perception of colour is one of the visual functions affected by optic neuritis. Most of the tests currently available for evaluating dichromatism are based on assessing the hue, but no clinical studies have been conducted to investigate the formation of afterimages on the retina of these patients. AIMS To evaluate the dichromatism(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the possible impairment of binocular vision in primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) patients. METHOD A cross-sectional study was conducted on 58 glaucoma patients, 76 ocular hypertensives and 82 normal subjects. They were examined with a battery of binocular tests consisting of the measurement of phoria angles, amplitudes of fusion(More)
CASE REPORT A 17 year-old female presented with a bilateral and acute visual loss. On ophthalmoscopic examination, there was a subfoveal deposit with a vitelliform appearance. Optical coherence tomography revealed a hyperreflective and homogeneous material located at the photoreceptor external segment layer. A month later, vision had spontaneously recovered(More)
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