Acute optic neuritis. A cognitive and magnetic resonance imaging study.


Forty-two patients with acute optic neuritis (ON) (mean duration of symptoms 14.5 d) were compared with a matched, normal control group on a battery of tests of attention and information processing speed. Approximately half the sample (55%) had brain abnormalities shown by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and were more impaired across a variety of tests… (More)


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