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December 1928

CHANGES IN THE FUNDUS AND IN THE BLOOD PRESSURE IN THE RETINAL ARTERIES IN INCREASED INTRACRANIAL PRESSUREPAPILLEDEMA AND OPTIC ATROPHY

Author Affiliations

NEW YORK

From the Department of Neurology, Columbia University, and the Department of Surgical Research, Cornell University.

Arch NeurPsych. 1928;20(6):1151-1171. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1928.02210180002001
Abstract

CONTENTS  Value of the Ophthalmoscope and the Ophthalmodynamometer in the Diagnosis of Diseases of the Nervous SystemChanges in the FundusReport of CasesIncreased Intracranial PressureOcular symptomsPathologic changesPapilledema and Optic AtrophyPathogenesis of papilledemaDifferential diagnosisEnlargement of the blind spotConditions Producing Papilledema and Changes in the FundusBrain abscessSinusitisArteriosclerosisEpidemic encephalitisDiagnosis of Increased Intracranial Pressure in the Absence of PapilledemaThrough Study of the Retinal Blood PressureRelation of the Retinal to the Cerebral CirculationBailliart's Method of Determining Blood Pressure in the Central Retinal ArterySummary of table of cases: Comparison of pressure in the retinal and brachial arteries and in the spinal fluidPressure of the cerebrospinal fluid after spinal puncture ascertaining the effect of treatment.Retinal Blood Pressure in Healthy SubjectsComparison with Observations of Other InvestigatorsValue of Determining Retinal Blood Pressure in Brain TumorConclusions

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