Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) is a disorder which is described by hoisted intracranial weight around the mind without any neural sicknesses. It is an uncommon issue which for the most part happens in youngsters and stout ladies amid the childbearing stages. The expanded measure of cerebrospinal liquid can cause optic nerve harm and swelling, which is a condition called papilledema. The primary manifestations incorporate separate migraine, optic decay, and inevitably prompt visual deficiency. Since the side effects nearly matches to cerebrum tumour, it is halfway known as "pseudo tumour cerebri", signifying "false mind tumour".

  • Sensory visual function
  • Ocular motility disturbances
  • Degree of papilledema
  • Olfactory disfunction in patients with IIH
  • Sensory visual function
  • Ocular motility disturbances
  • Degree of papilledema
  • Olfactory disfunction in patients with IIH

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