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1 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
2 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
3 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
4 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
5 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
6 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
7 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
8 Optic tract syndrome due to carotid artery dolichoectasiaThis 43-year-old man was referred for evaluation of 6 months of visual loss OU. In retrospect, he had noticed increasing difficulty with his tennis game dating back over 3 years, as balls would pass him unexpectedly when hit to his backhand (left) side. The patient did not think this was progressive...Dolichoectasia
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