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440 Possible Causes for Central Scotoma

  • Neuromyelitis Optica

    Later, unilateral or bilateral ocular pain, acuity and color disturbances, phosphenes, as well as central scotomas start affect the patient secondary to the optic neuropathy[] Visual field testing typically reveals a central scotoma.[]

  • Foster-Kennedy Syndrome

    Ken·ne·dy syn·drome ( ken'ĕ-dē ), ipsilateral optic atrophy with central scotoma and contralateral choked disc or papilledema, caused by a meningioma of the ipsilateral optic[] scotoma.[] The patient may present with anosmia and frontal lobe signs alongside the visual symptoms (central scotoma).[]

  • Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy

    However, many patients will continue to expand the size of their central scotoma which, over a period of years, produces a more profound level of blindness.[] Swelling of the optic nerve head, vascular tortuosity, peripapillary telangiectasia, microangiopathy and central scotomas on visual field testing are all signs of LHON.[]

  • Behr Syndrome

    Central scotomas and dyschromatopsia may be present.[] scotoma.[] scotoma Optic atrophy 7 (612989) WFS1 (606201) AD, AR (4p16.1) Diabetes mellitus, optic atrophy, diabetes insipidus and deafness, myopathy, ataxia, and neuropathy Wolfram[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy

    Humphrey visual field test shows cecocentral scotoma in right eye and central scotoma in left eye.[] Goldmann visual field examination revealed bilateral central scotoma, and slit-lamp examination showed bilateral cerulean cataract.[] As the primary pathology is the papillomacular bundle, central, centrocecal and paracentral scotomas are the most common visual field defects.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Classic Optic Atrophy

    METHOD: Three patients with bilateral optic atrophy and central scotomas of their visual fields were clinically diagnosed with ADOA.[] scotoma Temporal pallor and atrophy Anomalous configuration DOA110 16 0.3/0.3 -1.75/-1.25 Dyschromatopsia, no specific axis Outer borders normal, mild relative central scotoma[] Persons with OPA1 have scotomas (areas of impaired visual acuity) in the central visual fields and sparing of the peripheral visual fields.[]

  • Papilledema

    scotoma should raise a red flag that this is not papilledema.[] Visual fields enlargement of blind spot and later gradual peripheral constriction central or centro-caecal scotoma. 9.[] […] blind spot being the most common and earliest defect, thought to be attributable to a papilledema related anterior shift of the peripapillary retina. [3] Alternatively, a central[]

  • Macular Degeneration

    […] vision blind spot (central scotoma) - the middle of the person's visual field is a total blind spot.[] If the are to be treated involves the central macula, a large grey spot will result in the central vision. This “scotoma” is permanent.[] There may also be central scotomas , shadows or missing areas of vision Slow recovery of visual function after exposure to bright light (photostress test) Visual acuity drastically[]

  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    Central scotomas, inferior nasal defects, and peripheral constriction are the next most common field defects. 28 It is still unclear which factors predispose to permanent[]

  • Primary Optic Atrophy

    scotoma OS Orthophoric Minimal amplitude horizontal pendular 10 CF 5′ CF 5′ 0 0 Diffuse optic atrophy OU Central scotomas OU Orthophoric None 11 20/200 20/100 Small discs[] SITA Standard 30-2 Humphrey Visual Field testing from the initial visit in February 2011 shows central scotoma OS.[] Typically, they have a central or ceco-central scotoma with bilateral, simultaneous, or rapidly sequential loss of the central vision.[]

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