M C Korengold

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A 75-year-old white woman, otherwise healthy, developed progressively reduced visual acuity primarily in her left eye over 2 months. A computed tomography scan of the head demonstrated a moderately large, round, circumscribed, benign-appearing suprasellar mass that was enhanced with infusion of contrast medium. At craniotomy, a glioma of the optic chiasm(More)
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