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Pseudotumor Cerebri

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Pseudotumor Cerebri by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Headache.


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    1. A headache is usually sudden in onset and often progressive.
    2. Horizontal diplopia is a symptom.
    3. Papilledema is usually prominent.
    4. Blurred vision is commonly seen.
    5. A headache aggravates on lying down.
    1. Valproic acid
    2. All-trans retinoic acid
    3. Tetracycline
    4. Dexamethasone
    5. Pregnancy
    1. 250 to 450 mmH2O in lateral decubitus position
    2. 150 to 250 mmH20 elevated position
    3. 150 to 250 mmH20 in lateral decubitus position
    4. 250 - 450 mmH20 in elevated position
    5. 30mmHg in elevated position
    1. Weight loss
    2. Use of carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
    3. Shunting of CSF
    4. Optic nerve fenestration
    5. Lumbar puncture

    Author of lecture Pseudotumor Cerebri

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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