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BOF 71
A brain tumour patient came to see you for a scheduled follow up, you found a an elevated congested optic discs bilaterally .it is a papilloedema, all of the followings about this sign is true, except:
1-severe visual impairment is not seen early in the course
2-you found pain and tenderness of the globe which are commonly seen.
3-some patients might have unilateral swollen disc
4-in rapidly progressive cases, peripappillary haemorrhages are seen
5-this sign reflects raised intracranial pressure

 

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