How robust is the optic chiasm? Perimetric and neuro-imaging correlations.

@article{Frisn2008HowRI,
  title={How robust is the optic chiasm? Perimetric and neuro-imaging correlations.},
  author={Lars Fris{\'e}n and Corey T. Jensen},
  journal={Acta neurologica Scandinavica},
  year={2008},
  volume={117 3},
  pages={198-204}
}
OBJECTIVES Analysis of form and function relationships with tumour-mediated dislocations and deformations of the optic chiasm. MATERIALS AND METHODS Results of magnetic resonance tomography and two forms of quantitative, computerized perimetry were contrasted in 31 patients with pituitary adenomata impinging on the chiasm, prior to treatment. RESULTS Perimetric abnormalities ranged from none to modest. High-pass Resolution Perimetry (HRP) produced abnormal results in 10 cases and RareBit… CONTINUE READING

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