Globe tenting as a result of head trauma.

@article{Hrach1997GlobeTA,
  title={Globe tenting as a result of head trauma.},
  author={C J Hrach and Douglas J. Quint},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={
          980-2
        }
}
Ocular tenting in the setting of acute trauma, inflammatory processes, or carotid cavernous fistulas is reported to be associated with a poor outcome with respect to visual acuity. Therefore, acute decompressive intervention is recommended for these patients. We report a case of acute posttraumatic ocular tenting with acute visual compromise that resolved over 4 days with conservative management and intravenous corticosteroid therapy. 
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