Human head and neck Optic disc pallor

Case Reports Patient 1Case Reports Patient 1
Iv od and grade III os. Best corrected visual acuity was 20/16 od and 20/12. 5 Os (etdrs scores of 61 and 65), and perimetry showed pmds of 74 dB od and 71 db os. Baseline lumbar puncture revealed an opening pressure of 370 mm water. Optic disc pallor
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Rajiv gandhi university of health sciences, bangaloreRajiv gandhi university of health sciences, bangalore
Title of the topic--correlation of Retinal nerve fiber layer thickness and macular thickness using optical coherence tomography with visual parameters in non glaucomatous optic neuropathy. Optic disc pallor
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Doi: 10. 14260/jemds/2014/2265 case report no vision to vision in a case of bilateral retrobulbar neuritisDoi: 10. 14260/jemds/2014/2265 case report no vision to vision in a case of bilateral retrobulbar neuritis
Nithisha T. M, L. Nanda, Shivakumar M, Chenchi Reddy M. “No Vision to Vision in a Case of Bilateral Retrobulbar Neuritis”. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; Vol. 3, Issue 12, March 24. Optic disc pallor
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Appendix e-1 Pathology Patient 1Appendix e-1 Pathology Patient 1
Visual acuities were 5 for the right eye and 2 for the left eye. Normal pupil examination and normal electrophysiology exam with normal full field electroretinograms and normal visual evoked potentials. Optic disc pallor
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Appendix e-1 Supplementary patient characteristicsAppendix e-1 Supplementary patient characteristics
Increased tendon reflexes with absent ankle tendon reflexes and extensor responses of the toes were seen. Nerve conduction studies at that age remained normal. Biochemical details on this patient have been reported previousl. Optic disc pallor
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Genetics Laboratories, The Churchill, Old Road, Headington, Oxford, ox3 7LEGenetics Laboratories, The Churchill, Old Road, Headington, Oxford, ox3 7LE
Name: DoB: Age at referral: M/F. Optic disc pallor
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A suggested Guidance Protocol for Direct Referral by OptometristsA suggested Guidance Protocol for Direct Referral by Optometrists
Following the introduction of the new General Ophthalmic Services Contract on the 1st April 2006, optometrists will be referring direct to Hospital Eye Units. Optic disc pallor
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