Published in Hospital Law Weekly, January 31st, 2008
"Onodi cell mucoceles that cause compressive optic neuropathy are even rarer. We discuss the clinical presentation, radiologic features, and treatment in 2 cases of Onodi cell mucoceles in which the patients presented with loss of vision due to compressive optic neuropathy," wrote S.T. Toh and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "These 2 cases demonstrate the importance of interdisciplinary cooperation between the ophthalmologists and otorhinolaryngologists, as prompt medical and surgical intervention can result in the return of...
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