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Incomplete Vitreous Detachment of the Left Eye

be increase in floaters, flashed or light or decrease in visual acuity. I would like to add that it is not surprising at all that even ...

Child suffering from NF-1 and optic nerve glioma

evaluation that showed picture of slight reduction in visual acuity of the right eye and severe hypovision of the left eye with slight reduction of the bilateral visual field. MRI showed presence of a big expansive lesion and of right ...

Demyelinizing Disease

I do not have any data about ocular involvement ( visual acuity, fundoscopic and VER testing ).This data is essential because in the ...

Age Related Macular Degeneration – additional opinion

62-year-old male complained of decreased visual acuity in his right eye for 1 week. His past ocular history was relevant for an ...

Diabetes Mellitus Type II, Dyslipidemia, Diabetic Retinopathy

  No details were provided regarding the visual acuity, recent ophthalmic exam, or recent imaging studies. In the absence ...

Degenerative eye problems - Bilateral colloid degeneration

spots and reduction of perception of luminosity in the visual field and complaints of a burning sensation on the sides of both eyes. ... Unfortunately no information is provided on the visual acuity in both eyes of the patient or the evaluation of the retina and ...

NF-1 and optic nerve glioma – additional opinion

ophthalmological evaluation that showed reduction in visual acuity and reduction of the bilateral visual field. MRI showed presence of a big expansive lesion and of temporopolar ...

Optic Neuropathy

disc swelling in the right eye in the setting of normal visual acuity and color vision. ... disc swelling in the right eye in the setting of normal visual acuity and color vision. However, it is unclear if this swelling is ...

List of Symptoms

tongue and palate Decreased motivation Decreased visual acuity Decreasing of sexual desire Deep asthenia Deep sleep ...

Inflammatory Demyelinizing Disease

presence of the classic centrocecal scotosis; the VEP (Visual Evoked Potentials) , in particular the P100, slightly increased in the ... (ON). Typical cases of which have not only reduced visual acuity but also a central scotoma, which was absent in this case. Also, it ...