Jan 1, 1990

Traumatic blindness and decompression of the optical canal by the naso-sinusal route

Anales otorrinolaringológicos ibero-americanos
P Pisonero Ruiz

Abstract

By analyzing the pathophysiology for post-traumatic amaurosis and both the diagnosis and surgical decompression of the canalicular segment of the optic nerve with transethmoidosphenoidal approach a study of the historical evolution of the extracranial techniques for its decompression, as well as several treatments, complications and guidelines for patients diagnosed of post-traumatic blindness, is carried out.

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Amaurosis
Entire Optic Nerve
Ethmoid Sinus Structure
Blind Vision
Visual Evoked Cortical Potential
Internal Nerve Compression Syndromes
Optic Nerve
Naso
Physiopathological
Sphenoidal Sinus

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