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Visual dysfunction developing in association with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) can be multifactorial. Two patients with this syndrome and cryptococcal meningitis had papilledema and… (More)
A survey of 22 cases showed the broad spectrum of lesions collectively termed "chiasmal gliomas." Three computerized tomography (CT) patterns were diagnostic: a tubular thickening of the optic nerve… (More)
We examined seven patients who had a syndrome of symptomatic monocular blind spot enlargement without optic disc edema. Two patients had previous blind spot enlargement that resolved over several… (More)
We review the current status of 28 patients with chiasmal glioma who were originally reported on by Hoyt and Baghdassarian in 1969. The median period of follow-up was 20 years. Sixteen patients are… (More)
We reviewed the magnetic resonance images of four children with neurofibromatosis 1 and orbital optic gliomas. The images showed double-intensity tubular thickening characteristic of perineural… (More)
We report herein the unique finding of a small perimesencephalic vascular anomaly in a patient with a partial oculomotor nerve palsy and a 25-year history of recurrent ophthalmoplegic migraine.
I read with interest the report of Tuwir et al 1 of a case of autoenucleation with chiasmal damage. They note the rarity of this dramatic self mutilating event, and state that there have been only… (More)