volume 50, issue 6, P793-802 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1972.tb06618.x
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J. A. FAHMY

Abstract: Among 195 patients with intracranial aneurysms, 32 had papilloedema. This corresponds to 1F O/a (99 O/o confidence limits 10-24). The papilloedema did not vary significantly by sex, age, or site of aneurysm. It was unilateral in 7 cases, corresponding to the side of the aneurysm or haematoma in 6 cases. Papillary prominence was slight and most often was accompanied by varying degrees of haemorrhage. It was not possible to demonstrate a relationship between the vascular hypertension or cerebral vascular sclero…

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