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13.4% of the posts that mention Papillitis also mention Papilledema (13 posts)

Papilledema

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(Papilloedema)
Papilledema (or papilloedema) is optic disc swelling that is caused by increased intracranial pressure. The swelling is usually bilateral and can occur over a period of hours to weeks. Unilateral presentation is extremely rare.In intracranial hypertension, papilledema most commonly occur... Read more on Wikipedia
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Papillitis

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Papillitis is the term for a specific type of optic neuritis. If ocular inflammation is restricted to the optic nerve head the condition is called papillitis (or intraocular optic neuritis), and if it is located in the orbital portion of the nerve it is called ''retrobulbar optic neurit... Read more on Wikipedia
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13 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
and \"Pseudopapilledema\"  \"papillitis\" If you have...
...to look up these terms \"papilledema\" and \"Pseudopapilledema\"  \"papillitis\" If you have been diagnosed with swollen optic nerves its extremely...
nerve swelling (papilledema or papillitis) are all serious...
The causes of true optic nerve swelling (papilledema or papillitis) are all serious and some life threatening. You should go full court press to determine if this is true swelling or...
swelling (either papillitis or papilledema). Is this one...
...a second the retroocular ehancement on the right eye . Plus you have optic nerve swelling (either papillitis or papilledema). Is this one or both eyes ? In any case the optic nerve...
papillitis/papilledema, glaucoma, etc). Most of these...
...-- changes to the lens (like cataracts), retinal problems, optic nerve problems (including papillitis/papilledema, glaucoma, etc). Most of these can cause blurred vision too, so it's hard...
diagnosed papilloedema. They queried a brain tumour...
...emergency and the Opthamologist diagnosed papilloedema. They queried a brain tumour ...hospital. I have had double vision with optic neuritis ...changed the term to papillitis due to retrobul...
papilledema usually affects both eyes...
...of the optic nerve (papilledema).  However papilledema usually affects both eyes ...is swollen it could be papillitis or inflammation of the otpic nerve or pseudo -papilledema due to the amblyop...
Papilledema caused by raised intracranial pressure...
...neuropathy is lacking. RECENT FINDINGS: Papilledema caused by raised intracranial pressure ...cases of retrobulbar optic neuritis, papillitis, neuroretinitis and ischemic optic neuropathy...
papillitis, interstitial keratitis, and others....
...other symptoms may include periorbital oedema, oculomotor palsies, uveitis, papilloedema, papillitis, interstitial keratitis, and others. Ophthalmologists treating patients from Lyme...
exam. No papillitis or papilledema. Global visual field...
...OD. Unremarkable anterior segment and posterior segment exam. No papillitis or papilledema. Global visual field defect OU based on Humphrey 30-2....
a diagnosis of papillitis is made. How can papillitis...
...a diagnosis of papillitis is made. How can papillitis be distinguished from the papilledema of increased intracranial ...usually substantial with papillitis, an inflammation of...
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