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  • [Retrobulbar optic neuritis as first sign of HIV infection]. [Case Reports]
    Med Arh 2007; 61(2):128-30Alimanović-Halilović E, Ibisević M
  • This case is about a unilateral retrobulbar optic neuritis, as rare and first sing of HIV infection. A young woman had came at Eye Clinic because suddenly she lost her sight on the right eye completely. At the visual field, we found anopsia, but at the stereoscopic fundus examination the situation was almost normal. After complete clinical examination we conclude that she is immunodeficiency pers…
  • [Optic nerve ischemia after spine surgery: case report]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Bras Anestesiol 2006; 56(3):273-7Corso CM, Tanaka PP, Khon K
  • CONCLUSIONS: This case evidences the possibility of visual loss after prone spine surgery. Ischemic optic neuropathy results from the unbalance between optic nerve oxygen supply and demand as a consequence of increased intraocular pressure (IOP) as compared to systemic blood pressure, determining poor nervous tissue perfusion. Although the cause of this complication is still not explained, risk factors may be advanced age, atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, smoking, changes in vascular supply and procedure duration.
  • [Fibromuscular dysplasia of the basilar artery presenting as cerebral infarction in a young female]. [Case Reports]
    Rinsho Shinkeigaku 2006; 46(1):35-9Tashiro K, Shigeto H, … Kira J
  • We reported a 20-year-old woman with fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) of the basilar artery presenting multiple cerebral infarctions. A sudden onset of consciousness disturbance and right hemiparesis was experienced. A neurological examination on day 2 revealed an absence of light and corneal reflexes on the left side, homonymous left upper quadrant anopsia and right hemiparesis with Babinski sign: …
  • Long-lasting cephalic jabs (?) The Vågå study of headache epidemiology. [Case Reports]
    Cephalalgia 2005; 25(8):581-92Sjaastad O, Pettersen H, Bakketeig LS
  • Jabs (stabs) usually last < or = 3 s and are located in the skull area, mostly anteriorly. In many cases, there are only a few jabs during lifetime. With this definition, jabs are frequent, thus at 35.2% in the Vågå study of headache epidemiology. Long-lasting jabs (?), i.e. paroxysms lasting 10-120 s, were present in six out of 1779 parishioners. These pain paroxysms seemed mainly to be side-loc…
  • Transient Anton's syndrome: a presenting feature of acute epidural hematoma at the confluens sinuum. [Case Reports]
    Pediatr Neurosurg 2003; 38(3):156-9Yilmazlar S, Taskapilioglu O, Aksoy K
  • Although unilateral epidural hematomas are well known, bilateral presentation, especially at the confluens sinuum, is uncommon, and its diagnosis may be delayed, thus causing morbidity. We report a case of acute posttraumatic cortical blindness due to epidural hematoma at the confluens sinuum caused by venous sinus tearing. The epidural hematoma was evacuated and the dural tear was repaired. The …
  • [Circumscribed vasculitis with posterior infarct in Hashimoto encephalopathy]. [Case Reports]
    Nervenarzt 2002; 73(4):376-9Becker H, Hofmann M, … Sander D
  • The aetiology of Hashimoto's encephalopathy is still unknown. A 52-year-old woman with so far unspecific thyroid disorder presented with acute onset of right-sided sensory loss and visual disturbances. The neurological examination revealed a right upper quadrant anopsia and subtle right-sided sensory loss and weakness. The cranial MRI showed a left-sided cerebral infarction. MR angiography demons…
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