Visual recovery following prolonged amaurosis due to compressive optic neuropathy.

Abstract

A 25-year-old white man presented with gradual right-sided visual loss over a 3-week period resulting in a visual acuity of "no light perception" in the affected eye for 5 days prior to presentation. Visual-evoked potential testing showed no response to light with the right eye and normal response with the left eye. Evaluation revealed an anterior… (More)

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@article{Striph1984VisualRF, title={Visual recovery following prolonged amaurosis due to compressive optic neuropathy.}, author={G G Striph and Thomas L Slamovits and Ronald M. Burde}, journal={Journal of clinical neuro-ophthalmology}, year={1984}, volume={4 3}, pages={189-95} }