A case of arachnoiditis opticochiasmatica with hemianopsia bitemporalis Kunio Hirota 1 , Kozo Adachi 1 1Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Mie University pp.1511-1514
Published Date 1960/10/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1410207053
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The patient was a man, 42 years of age. He visited the author's hospital for the first time the 18 th of April, 1960. His main complaints were visual disturbances in both eyes. He complained also, that he had had a headache for 20 days and also had fever about 38℃. At the fifth day from the attack of fever, visual disturbances appeared, Findings were as follows:

The light reflexes of the pupils were slightly sluggish, when the light was directed to the eye from the temporal side. The fundi were normal. Visual acuity was 0.4 (1.2x-1.5D, right eye) and 0.1(n.c.).

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