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810 Possible Causes for Headache, Loss of Peripheral Vision

  • Acromegaly

    A 22-year-old woman presented with worsening vision loss and headaches.[] The result of pituitary disease may be loss of peripheral vision, which may not always be apparent to the patient.[] Large pituitary tumors can cause headaches and change in vision (especially loss of peripheral vision, the ability to see to the sides).[]

  • Glaucoma

    Other symptoms include headache, redness of the eye and swelling, sighting of multicoloured halos and uveitis.[] As open-angle glaucoma progresses, symptoms may include loss of peripheral vision and difficulty adjusting to low light.[] The most common form of glaucoma starts with the loss of side vision (peripheral vision). There is no pain or discomfort associated with it.[]

  • Craniopharyngioma

    Follow-up showed satisfactory outcome and disappearance of headache.[] […] changes, blurriness, or loss of peripheral vision Excessive thirst Increased urination Slow or halted growth Excessive weight gain Early or delayed puberty If you are concerned[] Visual failure, poor growth or headache led to MRI diagnosis of CP.[]

  • Tension Headache

    Tension headache is a common type of primary headache. It can be episodic or chronic.[] Migraines are vascular in origin, and may be preceded by visual disturbances, loss of peripheral vision, and fatigue.[] The big headaches tend to have features of migraine while the little headaches have features of tension-type headache (TTH).[]

  • Migraine

    A previously healthy 21-year-old white woman presented with a severe headache and was diagnosed with severe migraine headache disorder.[] Some of these symptoms include blurred vision, tingling in the arms or face, difficulty speaking or loss of peripheral vision.[] International Headache Society (IHS) has placed this form of headache among the headaches disorders of homeostasis.[]

  • Chronic Daily Headaches

    In children, the characterization of frequent headaches and CDH is limited. A Headache Center to characterize headaches in children (3 to 18 years old) was established.[] It may or may not be preceded or accompanied by auras: flashing lights, strange smells, sensitivities to light & sound, nausea, loss of peripheral vision, etc.[] If a headache becomes constant in 72 hours it is new daily persistent headache instead of chronic tension-type headache which develops more slowly.[]

  • Pituitary Neoplasm

    The clinical presentation mainly depends on hormone-secreting effects, but a headache may often be the only symptom.[] […] such as double vision, visual field loss (loss of peripheral vision), drooping eyelids or changes in color vision Headache Lack of energy Nasal drainage of clear fluid Nausea[] […] or double vision; or loss of peripheral vision) Symptoms of hypogonadism, hypothyroidism or adrenal insufficiency (if the tumor pushes on the pituitary gland, causing decreased[]

  • Mercury Poisoning

    The most commonly seen complaints are headache, tremor, impaired cognitive skills, weakness, muscle atrophy, and paresthesia.[] Possible symptoms of methylmercury poisoning may include: loss of peripheral vision "pins and needles" feelings, usually in the hands, feet, and around the mouth lack of coordination[] Impairment, loss Of peripheral vision (by altering interocular fluid eye pressure) (9, 15, 19) Vitamin C Deficiency Weakness in muscles (15) Weight Gain White Coating On[]

  • Prolactinoma

    The most frequent presenting complaint amongst the patients was of headache, present in 57.4% patients.[] This can lead to blurred vision or loss of peripheral vision.[] Depending on the site of the tumor, and where the visual pathways cross in relation to the sella turcica, patients may have the classic loss of peripheral vision, or may lose[]

  • Urea Cycle Disorder

    It’s important that parents of UCD patients pay attention to little things like headaches, vomiting, confusion, or trouble concentrating.[] […] of peripheral vision, progressive gyrate atrophy of choroid and retina, mild proximal hypotonia, myopathy Treatment: Pyridoxine, low- arginine diet, lysine and α -aminoisobutyrate[] The most common side effects of RAVICTI in children ages 2 to 17 years include stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite, and headache.[]

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