The Neuro-ophthalmology Survival Guide

The Neuro-ophthalmology Survival Guide

By Anthony Pane, Consultant Neuro-Ophthalmologist, Mater Hospital, Brisbane, Australia; Mike Burdon, Consultant Neuro-Ophthalmologist, University Hospital, Birmingham, UK; and Neil R. Miller, Professor of Ophthalmology, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Frank B Walsh Professor of Neuro-ophthalmology, Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD, USA


Staying out of trouble. Blurred vision or field loss. Swollen disc(s), normal vision. Transient visual loss. Double vision. "Seeing things". Abnormal movement of the visual world. Abnormal eye movements without visual symptoms. Unequal pupils. Ptosis. Facial weakness or spasm. Unexplained eye pain, orbital pain or headache. Neuro-ophthalmic history and examination