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25 Possible Causes for Frontal Headache, Optic Disc Pallor, Visual Field Test Abnormal

  • Glaucoma

    (The visual field is the area of space a person can see at a given instant without moving the eyes.) These abnormalities may be an early sign of disease.[] disc pallor in humans. 1 - 5 Current pathophysiologic concepts of early glaucoma are based primarily on experimentally induced elevations of ocular pressure in laboratory[] Ophthalmological examination revealed 0.15 Snellen visual acuity, and fundoscopy revealed nearly total cupping and pallor of the optic disc and multiple retinal hemorrhagic[]

  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    In addition patients may present with blurred vision, frontal headache, nausea and vomiting, photophobia, and colored halos around lights. 4 Nausea and vomiting occurs as[] […] of optic disc Perimetry: visual field testing to detect blind spots in the visual field Therapy Indication: IOP 25 mm Hg Conservative ( first-line ) : topical prostaglandins[] Both of his eyes were red, and he had a frontal headache associated with nausea and vomiting.[]

  • Foster-Kennedy Syndrome

    Occasional vomiting, unsteady gait, frontal headache, and near blindness of the left eye were also noted afterward. She then came to our clinic for further survey.[] The original description of the Foster Kennedy syndrome included the clinical triad of optic disc pallor in one eye, optic disc edema in the other eye, and reduced olfaction[] Headaches and weakness may complete the clinical picture, which is slightly variable depending on the location of the pathological process and pathogenic mechanism.[]

  • Chiasmal Syndrome

    Stop Headache Drug Free If you are suffering from headaches, you can make the pain stop just by following some basic but little known principles.[] This can be tested easily at bedside. Visual fields The hallmark abnormality associated with chiasmal compression is a bitemporal superior quadrantanopsia.[] Figure 1: Humphrey automated static perimetry shows complete bitemporal hemianopia Click here to view Figure 2: (a) Fundus photography showing optic disc pallor in the left[]

  • Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Most prominent symptoms of acute angle closure glaucoma are blurred vision, redness of the eye, ocular discomfort, colored halos around lights and frontal headaches accompanied[] disc pallor seen in advanced glaucoma is due to a more excavated cup rather than pallor of the neuroretinal rim Changes in Position of the Optic Cup Mild glaucomatous atrophy[] At that point, the patient began to complain of increasing pain OD with a right frontal headache.[]

  • Papilledema

    The diminution of vision was associated with intermittent frontal headaches which were dull and increasing on walking and were unassociated with eye movements or seizures.[] Visual fields can be tested more formally by an ophthalmologist using vision grids.[] Atropic Papilledema  Onset of optic disc pallor (secondary optic atrophy) .  Decrease in disc haemorrhage.  Narrowing of blood vessels and their ensheating.  Optic disc[]

  • Retinal Perforation

    Patients with acute angle-closure glaucoma often present with blurred vision, eye redness, frontal headache, colored halos around lights, severe eye pain, discomfort, nausea[] Another study reported on patients with visual field defects after receiving air-fluid exchange and observed optic disc pallor and afferent pupillary defects, further suggesting[] field testing (i.e., the confrontation visual field examination) abnormality Defect in visual pathway Sudden vision loss Central retinal artery occlusion; retinal detachment[]

  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    Visual field tests were normal in four eyes.[] The patient is a 37 y/o female who presents with complaints of two months of intermittent severe frontal headaches associated with some decreased vision, nausea/vomiting and[] pallor in the presence of continuing swelling 24, 25 (Fig. 3 ).[]

  • Leptomeningeal Metastasis

    A 70-year-old man was referred to our group for cognitive mental disorder, left-sided frontal headache and nausea; the patient had a previous history of metastatic prostate[] […] of optic disc and optical coherence tomography showed an atrophy of temporal retinal nerve fiber layer Click here to view Discussion LC, also referred to as carcinomatous[] She received a total of three SRS treatments to the right frontal brain lobe.[]

  • Suprasellar Tumor

    Operation A year later, the patient presented to the emergency department with worsening frontal headaches, drowsiness, and bitemporal hemianopia.[] Neurological examination revealed pallor of the left optic disc. There was no extraocular dysmotility or facial numbness.[] headache, diminished visual acuity, amenorrhea Transsphenoidal 7 56 F Intrasellar and suprasellar Obstructive Bitemporal hemianopsia, cognitive decline, personality change[]

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