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Do you have any suggestions for pseudotumor cerebri?

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Dr. Walter Husar
Neurology

In brief: Pseudotumor

Pseudotumor cerebri or benign intracranial hypertension is a disorder characterized by elevation of intracranial pressure.
Clinically, there is a vascular headache followed by blur rinses of vision. Diagnosis is based on clinical examination, neuroimaging and spinal tap. Usually is treated with medication, but sometimes surgical procedures need to be performed.

In brief: Pseudotumor

Pseudotumor cerebri or benign intracranial hypertension is a disorder characterized by elevation of intracranial pressure.
Clinically, there is a vascular headache followed by blur rinses of vision. Diagnosis is based on clinical examination, neuroimaging and spinal tap. Usually is treated with medication, but sometimes surgical procedures need to be performed.
Dr. Walter Husar
Dr. Walter Husar
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Dr. James Goodrich
Neurosurgery

In brief: Pseudotumor cerebri

A complete disorder treated by medications and in some cases surgery where a tube is placed to divert excess spinal fluid.
It is a serious disorder and needs to be closely monitored.

In brief: Pseudotumor cerebri

A complete disorder treated by medications and in some cases surgery where a tube is placed to divert excess spinal fluid.
It is a serious disorder and needs to be closely monitored.
Dr. James Goodrich
Dr. James Goodrich
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