Neuro-ophthalmology: examination and investigation

Lueck, C. J.; Gilmour, D. F.; McIlwaine, G. G.
December 2004
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Dec2004 Supplement 4, Vol. 75, piv2
Academic Journal
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The article focuses on neuro-ophthalmological examination and investigation of adults. It presents information on the important components of a comprehensive neuro-ophthalmological examination including examination of head and neck, examination of orbits, eyelids and pupils and examination of eyes. Fluorescein angiography, electroretinography and ocular ultrasound are recommended as useful diagnostic tests in neuro-ophthalmological investigation. INSETS: Useful physical signs;A brief guide to the interpretation of automated perimetry;Examination of the optic fundus.


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