Rakesh Juneja

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Optic nerve gliomas (ONG) are rare and seldom encountered in clinical practice. The pilocytic (astrocytoma) variant of ONG almost always presents during the first two decades of life. In this report, the authors discuss an unusual presentation of pilocytic astrocytoma of the juvenile type in an elderly Indian male. With this unusual presentation, ONG(More)
Subdural hematomas are often life-threatening when acute but chronic subdural hematomas, however, have better prognosis if properly managed. Chronic subdural hematomas are common in the elderly due to shrinkage of brain tissue, but in young patient mostly associated with head injury. It is seen also in young having various coagulopathies associated with(More)
A 40 year old female presented with mania, abnormal behaviour, headache & gradual progressive diminution of vision & history of pork consumption. Anterior segment examination OU was normal. Fundus of both eyes showed B/L established papilledema. Visual Acuity was 20/125 both eyes. CT & MRI with contrast revealed multiple well defined rounded CSF density(More)
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