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Bilateral slowly progressive big blind spot syndrome.
Retinal causes of the big blind spot syndrome.
A Lyme/syphilis serology scenario sizzler!!
The prevalence of Lyme disease in a nonendemic area. A comparative serologic study in a south Florida eye clinic population.
Septo-optic dysplasia (SOD) or DeMorsier syndrome.
Cavernous angiomas of the anterior visual pathways.
Arteriovenous malformation of the posterior ethmoidal artery as an unusual cause of amaurosis fugax. The ophthalmic steal syndrome.
Rhythmic pupillary oscillations accompanying a complete third-nerve palsy.
Rhythmic pupillary oscillations.
Bilateral optic disc colobomas with orbital cysts and hypoplastic optic nerves and chiasm.
Exercise-induced transient visual events in young healthy adults.
Ophthalmoplegic migraine with superior ramus oculomotor paresis.
Ischemic ocular disease-A symposium.
Amaurosis fugax. An overview.
The significance of retinal emboli.
Venous stasis retinopathy of stenotic or occlusive carotid origin.
Anterior segment ischemia secondary to carotid occlusive disease.
Noninvasive testing of suspected carotid artery disease.
Ocular manifestations of carotid artery occlusive disease. Panel discussion.
The 1988 Japanese neuro-ophthalmology society meeting.
Benign osteoblastoma of the orbit.
Plasmacytoma of the orbit.
Stroke an overview.
Destructive cysts of the maxillary sinus affecting the orbit.
Administration of eyedrops in facial palsy.
Errors in the three-step test in the diagnosis of vertical strabismus.
Recurrent blepharoptosis secondary to a pituitary tumor.
Aneurysm causing thrid nerve palsy in a 15-year-old boy.
Feature photo trilateral retinoblastoma.
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Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology, September 1989, Volume 9, Issue 3
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JOURNAL OF Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology Contents ECCLES HEALTH SCIENCcu LIBRARY A Ur:: () '" ',-,·...•9 , :.J v v ... ur~IV=r.... U·1 IY 0;:: UTAH Bilateral Slowly Progressive Big Blind Spot Syndrome SALT LA\'(E CITY Masato Wakakura and Kumiko Furuno Editorial Comment: Retinal Causes of the Big Blind Spot Syndrome J. D. M. Gass Editorial: A Lyme/Syphilis Serology Scenario Sizzler!! J. L. Smith The Prevalence of Lyme Disease in a Nonendemic Area: A Comparative Serologic Study in a South Florida Eye Clinic Population J. Lawton Smith, Timothy M. Parsons, Annette J. Paris-Hamelin, and Richard K. Porschen Septo-optic Dysplasia (SOD) or DeMorsier Syndrome Uros Roessmann Cavernous Angiomas of The Anterior Visual Pathways W. Hassler, J. Zentner, and H. Wilhelm Arteriovenous Malformation of the Posterior Ethmoidal Artery as an Unusual Cause of Amaurosis Fugax: The Ophthalmic Steal Syndrome W. Fritz, H.-J. Klein, and K. Schmidt Rhythmic Pupillary Oscillations Accompanying a Complete Third-Nerve Palsy James R. Keane Editorial Comment: Rhythmic Pupillary Oscillations J. Lawton Smith Listed in Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Index Medicus, Ocular Resources Review, and in Automatic Subject Citation Alert; listed and abstracted in Ophthalmic Literature; and abstracted in Stroke. The Journal of Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology (ISSN 0272-846X) is published quarterly in March, June, September, and Decem-ber by Raven Press, Ltd., 1185Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036. Second class postage paid at New York, New York and at additional mailing offices. Copyright © 1989 by Raven Press, Ltd. All rights reserved. Subscription price for Vol. 9 (1989): Personal subscriptions $89.00 in the U.s., $109.00 elsewhere; institutional subscriptions $115.00in the U.S., $135.00 elsewhere. Single copies $34.00. Journal issues prior to the current volume, when available, may be ordered at the current single copy price. Air delivery included for Europe and Mediterranean countries; for air service elsewhere add $31.00. 172 Bilateral Optic Disc Colobomas with Orbital Cysts and Hypoplastic Optic Nerves and Chiasm Thomas L. Slamovits, Glenn P. Kimball, Thomas R. Friberg, and Hugh D. Curtin 178 Exercise-Induced Transient Visual Events in Young Healthy Adults Captain Richard K. Imes and William F. Hoyt 181 Ophthalmoplegic Migraine with Superior Ramus Oculomotor Paresis Barrett Katz and Steve Rimmer 184 Editorial Comment: Ischemic Ocular Disease---A Symposium J. Lawton Smith 185 Amaurosis Fugax: An Overview Ronald M. Burde 190 The Significance of Retinal Emboli Brian R. Younge 195 Venous Stasis Retinopathy of Stenotic or Occlusive Carotid Origin John A. McCrary III 200 Anterior Segment Ischemia Secondary to Carotid Occlusive Disease Richard P. Mills 205 Noninvasive Testing of Suspected Carotid Artery Disease Peter J. Savino 209 Ocular Manifestations of Carotid Artery Occlusive Disease: Panel Discussion Henry J. L. Van Dyk, Moderator 211 The 1988Japanese Neuro-ophthalmology Society Meeting Masato Wakakura 214 Literature Abstracts 222 Feature Photo: Trilateral Retinoblastoma Jerry A. Shields, Samuel R. Pesin, and Carol L. Shields Raven Press cannot be held responsible for errors or for any consequences arising from the use of the information contained in this journal. The appearance of advertising in this journal does not constitute an endorsement or approval by Raven Press of the quality or value of the product advertised or of the claims made for it by its manufacturer. Authorization to photocopy items for internal or personal use, or the internal or personal of specific clients is granted by Raven Press for libraries and other users registered with the Copyright Clearing Center (CCC) Transactional Reporting Service, provided that the base fee of $1.00 per copy, plus $0.50 per page is paid directly to CCC, 21 Congress St., Salem, MA 01970. 0272-846X/89 $1.00 + .50. Manuscripts should be submitted to j. Lawton Smith, M.D., Editor, 9820 S.W. 62nd Court, Miami, Florida 33156. Tele-phone: (305) 665-6827. Orders for subscriptions, remittances, and change of address notices should be sent to journal of Clinical Neuro-ophthal-mology, Subscription Department, Raven Press, 1185 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036. Subscribers requiring an address change must submit an old mailing label and their new address, including the zip code. No claims for copies lost in the mail can be allowed unless they are received within 90 days of the date of issue. Claims for issues lost as a result of insufficient notice of change of address will not be honored. Advertising inquiries should be directed to jean Azzato, Advertising Manager, Raven Press. Printed in the United States of America.
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