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Septo-Optic Dysplasia

Krause RJK - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Septo-Optic Dysplasia

History: CC: I can’t see on my right side and have been bumping into things for the last 1.5 years. Referred by optometry for a “visual field defect” and optic nerve abnormality not noted prior No decline in central vision Not progressive since detected by the patient No records (no baseline VA ,VF, motility, photos) POH: Amblyopia/patching, strabismus surgery at age 19 PMH: Narcolepsy, fibromyalgia, chronic lower back pain, TMJ FHx: No history of visual or CNS disease

Findings: Absent septum pellucidum atrophy of left optic nerve

Ddx: Congenital maldevelopment/malformation Atypical compression (tumor or vascular lesions) of the optic nerve, chiasm or optic tract Sequela of hydrocephalus Perinatal hypoxia Vasculitis Atypical optic neuritis Non-organic *Initially thought she might have CVD*

Dxhow: Imaging and clinical examination

Exam: BCVA: OD: 20/70-1, OS: 20/20 V A Near: OD: 20/60-2, OS: 20/20 TA: 20, 19 mm Hg OU Pupils: 2+ APD OD Stereo: (-)Fly PIP: OD: 9/14, OS 13/14 MB: 8 PD ET at distance and near Normal pursuits and saccades Neuro: No other cranial nerve deficits and otherwise neurologically intact External: No ptosis or exophthalmos Rest of exam WNL, except . . .

No MeSH data available.


Post Gad T1 Coronal\optic nerve asymmetry, nomal pituitary, and absent septum pellucidum
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Septo-Optic Dysplasia

Krause RJK - MedPix (2007)

Post Gad T1 Coronal\optic nerve asymmetry, nomal pituitary, and absent septum pellucidum
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MPX2312_synpic26115: Post Gad T1 Coronal\optic nerve asymmetry, nomal pituitary, and absent septum pellucidum

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Septo-Optic Dysplasia

History: CC: I can’t see on my right side and have been bumping into things for the last 1.5 years. Referred by optometry for a “visual field defect” and optic nerve abnormality not noted prior No decline in central vision Not progressive since detected by the patient No records (no baseline VA ,VF, motility, photos) POH: Amblyopia/patching, strabismus surgery at age 19 PMH: Narcolepsy, fibromyalgia, chronic lower back pain, TMJ FHx: No history of visual or CNS disease

Findings: Absent septum pellucidum atrophy of left optic nerve

Ddx: Congenital maldevelopment/malformation Atypical compression (tumor or vascular lesions) of the optic nerve, chiasm or optic tract Sequela of hydrocephalus Perinatal hypoxia Vasculitis Atypical optic neuritis Non-organic *Initially thought she might have CVD*

Dxhow: Imaging and clinical examination

Exam: BCVA: OD: 20/70-1, OS: 20/20 V A Near: OD: 20/60-2, OS: 20/20 TA: 20, 19 mm Hg OU Pupils: 2+ APD OD Stereo: (-)Fly PIP: OD: 9/14, OS 13/14 MB: 8 PD ET at distance and near Normal pursuits and saccades Neuro: No other cranial nerve deficits and otherwise neurologically intact External: No ptosis or exophthalmos Rest of exam WNL, except . . .

No MeSH data available.