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  • Toxic-Metabolic and Hereditary Optic Neuropathies. [Journal Article]
    Continuum (Minneap Minn) 2019; 25(5):1265-1288Oliveira C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Toxic-metabolic and hereditary optic neuropathies present in a similar fashion, with painless, progressive, bilateral visual loss with dyschromatopsia and cecocentral visual field defects. The associated retinal ganglion cell and axonal loss is typically due to mitochondrial dysfunction caused by an exogenous agent (toxic), by insufficient or deficient substrate (metabolic or nutritional), or by abnormal proteins or mitochondrial structure determined by a genetic mutation (hereditary).
  • Bilateral Syphilitic Optic Neuropathy with Secondary Autoimmune Optic Neuropathy and Poor Visual Outcome. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Ophthalmol 2019 Jan-Apr; 10(1):81-88Kowalski T, Fuzzard D, … Mack HG
  • We describe the case of a 65-year-old man who suffered progressive visual loss despite appropriate treatment of ocular syphilis. Our patient initially presented with a unilateral 6th nerve palsy and associated double vision, which self-resolved over 6 months. His ophthalmic examination was otherwise normal. 12 months after the initial complaint, he represented with dyschromatopsia, reduced visual…
  • Ophthalmic, systemic, and genetic characteristics of patients with Wolfram syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Ophthalmol 2019; :1120672119842489Ustaoglu M, Onder F, … Guven D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Wolfram syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that can be associated with severe ophthalmic and systemic abnormalities. All patients who present with unexplained optic atrophy should be evaluated for Wolfram syndrome, even if they do not have diabetes mellitus because optic atrophy can sometimes manifest before diabetes mellitus.
  • Seltene Präsentation eines schubförmig remittierender Zentralnervensystem Vaskulitis - Fallbericht. [Case Reports]
    Fortschr Neurol Psychiatr 2019; 87(2):129-132Brzezicki M, Kobetic M, Serena D
  • We report an interesting case of a central nervous system vasculitis, presenting with a relapsing remitting nature and a previously unreported profile of cognitive deficits in this variant of the disease.The patient presented with bilateral headache, left eye upper temporal quarter visual field loss, dyschromatopsia and a transient loss of consciousness. He was previously evaluated for similar se…
  • [Hereditary color vision deficiency: Physiology, classification, diagnosis and application to aeronautics]. [Review]
    J Fr Ophtalmol 2019; 42(2):177-188Marechal M, Delbarre M, … Froussart-Maille F
  • Hereditary color vision deficiency affects 9% of men and 0.5% of women. It is often unrecognized and diagnosed late, which can interfere with the professional careers of these patients. Most color vision deficiencies are related to X chromosome involvement and concern the red-green chromatic axis. They are secondary to dysfunction of an L or M cone (protanomaly or deuteranomaly) or to the absence…
  • The impacts of abnormal color vision on people's life: an integrative review. [Review]
    Qual Life Res 2019; 28(4):855-862Stoianov M, de Oliveira MS, … Gualtieri M
  • CONCLUSIONS: A broader view of the impact of this problem on the daily life of its carriers is fundamental for implementing strategies that allow such people to be included in all sorts of activities or for the impact of this sensory change to be decreased or treated in a way that would reduce the detrimental impacts.
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