Patient with congenital optic nerve meningocele presenting with left orbital cyst

Abstract

Meningocele of the optic nerve is a rare condition defined as dilatation of the optic nerve by spinal fluid not due to other pathology, classically presenting with headaches or progressive visual decline and usually follows a rapidly progressive course. Surgical decompression is the standard treatment with improvement or arrest of progression in most cases… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00381-008-0747-9

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@article{Spooler2008PatientWC, title={Patient with congenital optic nerve meningocele presenting with left orbital cyst}, author={Justin C. Spooler and David Cho and Andrea S Ray and Alexander Zouros}, journal={Child's Nervous System}, year={2008}, volume={25}, pages={267-269} }