Ten cases of optic vasculitis

  title={Ten cases of optic vasculitis},
  author={M. F. Bienfait and Goitze Seerp Baarsma and R. Wijngaarde},
  journal={Documenta Ophthalmologica},
Optic disc vasculitis is an idiopathic, usually benign condition in young healthy adults. Hayreh suggested that the condition is to be divided into two types: type 1, with optic disc edema and a benign course as the dominant features and type 2, a condition resembling a central retinal vein (CRV) occlusion with a variable outcome depending on the extent and the site of the lesion. Differential diagnosis with other causes of one-sided papilledema (type 1) and other vascular conditions (type 2… CONTINUE READING


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