Author(s): Friedman DI, Jacobson DM
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Abstract The syndrome of intracranial hypertension without structural brain or cerebrospinal fluid abnormalities and without identifiable cause, now most appropriately termed idiopathic intracranial hypertension, was described over a century ago. Although the pathogenesis of this condition remains unknown, diagnostic and therapeutic developments during the past two decades have substantially advanced patient management.
This article was published in J Neuroophthalmol
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Case Reports