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349 Possible Causes for Central Scotoma

  • Foster-Kennedy Syndrome

    scotoma.[] Abstract Foster Kennedy syndrome is a very rare syndrome which includes ipsilateral optic atrophy and central scotoma, anosmia, contralateral papilledema, and, occasionally[] 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[]

  • Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy

    The central scotoma gradually improved, and the visual acuity had recovered to 0.3 in August 2007.[] These patients' pattern of visual recovery by developing small islands of normal vision within a central scotoma is characteristic in such rare cases of LHON.[] 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.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy

    Early loss of inferior temporal RNFL in ADOA is related to superotemporal central scotoma.[] Humphrey visual field test shows cecocentral scotoma in right eye and central scotoma in left eye.[] As the primary pathology is the papillomacular bundle, central, centrocecal and paracentral scotomas are the most common visual field defects.[]

  • Toxic Retinopathy

    (failure to see the dot suggests a central scotoma) (If there is no central scotoma): 'I want you to focus on the central dot and tell me whether you can see all four corners[] scotomas, or bitemporal see if using examine every month if dose 15mg/kg/day (physicians desk reference).Average male dose is 1gm/day, which is 15mg/kg, and this is the therapeutic[] Discussion and report of three cases of central scotomas. Arch Ophthalmol 1966; 76: 640-645. 20. Closson RG.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Classic Optic Atrophy

    METHOD: Three patients with bilateral optic atrophy and central scotomas of their visual fields were clinically diagnosed with ADOA.[] Humphrey visual field test shows cecocentral scotoma in right eye and central scotoma in left eye.[] 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[]

  • Toxic Amblyopia

    An initially small central or pericentral scotoma slowly enlarges, typically involving both the fixation and the blind spot (centrocecal scotoma), and progressively interferes[] On examination, the patient has bilaterally symmetrical central, centrocecal, or paracentral scotoma.[]

  • 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[] scotomas in the perimetry and pseudoedema of the optic disc, followed by optic atrophy.[] Children with bilateral central blind spots (scotomas) may "overlook" in order to see a person or object.[]

  • Secondary Optic Atrophy

    […] m) may make the identification of a small central scotoma much easier.[] scotomas in the perimetry and pseudoedema of the optic disc, followed by optic atrophy.[] Typically, toxic and nutritional optic neuropathy is progressive, with bilateral symmetrical painless visual loss causing central or cecocentral scotoma.[]

  • Behr Syndrome

    Central scotomas and dyschromatopsia may be present.[] scotoma.[] […] atrophy (DOA, Kjer type, MIM#165500) is characterized by moderate to severe loss of visual acuity with insidious onset in early childhood, blue-yellow dyschromatopsia and central[]

  • Methanol Poisoning

    However, a right central scotoma persisted, and bilateral optic atrophy was present.[] scotoma, reduced visual acuity, loss of color vision, and blindness [ 7 , 11 ].[] Ocular findings can be prominent and may include photophobia, central scotoma, visual field defects, fixed pupils and difficulty with light adaptation.[]

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