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1 Neuro-Ophthalmic Consequences of TherapyRadiation causes a vascular retinopathy that may mimic diabetic or hypertensive retinopathy. It does not develop until many months or several years after radiation therapy to the eye, orbit or head.Radiation Retinopathy
2 Neuro-Ophthalmic Consequences of Therapyradiation retinopathy may mimic diabetic or hypertensive optic neuropathy. A history of irradiation to the eye, orbit, or head is mandatory. Radiation retinopathy usually occurs many months after radiation therapy.Radiation Retinopathy
3 Neuro-Ophthalmic Consequences of Therapyradiation retinopathy may mimic diabetic or hypertensive optic neuropathy. A history of irradiation to the eye, orbit, or head is mandatory. Radiation retinopathy usually occurs many months after radiation therapy.Radiation Retinopathy
4 Neuro-Ophthalmic Consequences of Therapyradiation retinopathy may mimic diabetic or hypertensive optic neuropathy. A history of irradiation to the eye, orbit, or head is mandatory. Radiation retinopathy usually occurs many months after radiation therapy.Radiation Retinopathy
5 Neuro-Ophthalmic Consequences of TherapyThis woman presented at age 52, 3 years after radiation therapy for a salivary gland carcinoma extending into the right maxillary sinus. She had received 6000 rads in 30 fractions over 45 days. She presented with 3 weeks of visual loss, with acuity of 20/30, normal color plates, normal fields, and n...Radiation Retinopathy
6 Neuro-Ophthalmic Consequences of TherapyThis woman presented at age 52, 3 years after radiation therapy for a salivary gland carcinoma extending into the right maxillary sinus. She had received 6000 rads in 30 fractions over 45 days. She presented with 3 weeks of visual loss, with acuity of 20/30, normal color plates, normal fields, and n...Radiation Retinopathy
7 Neuro-Ophthalmic Consequences of TherapyThis woman presented at age 52, 3 years after radiation therapy for a salivary gland carcinoma extending into the right maxillary sinus. She had received 6000 rads in 30 fractions over 45 days. She presented with 3 weeks of visual loss, with acuity of 20/30, normal color plates, normal fields, and n...Radiation Retinopathy
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