PMID: 10026729Feb 23, 1999Paper

Optic gliomas

Radiologic Clinics of North America
M D HollanderL M Tartaglino


Primary tumors of the optic nerve are uncommon. The most common are optic nerve gliomas (ONGs), which account for 66% of all primary optic nerve tumors. Seventy-five percent of gliomas are diagnosed in the first decade of life, and 90% are diagnosed in the first two decades. This article discusses the anatomy and imaging of the optic pathway and the clinical manifestations of ONGs.


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