March 2017 - Volume 37 - Issue 1

  • Lanning B. Kline, MD
  • 1070-8022
  • 1536-5166
  • 4 issues / year
  • 141/192 in Clinical Neurology; 30/56 in Ophthalmology
  • 1.576
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​​​​​​Here are some highlights from the March 2017 issue:

•Evidence that there is permanent retinal ganglion cell loss with chiasmal compression yet often accompanied by improvement in visual field testing.  This apparent inconsistency is the subject of 2 invited commentaries
•Confirmation that there is an increased frequency of immune-related disorders (thyroid dysfunction) in seropositive patients with optic neuritis due to neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder
•A historical overview of the Frisen grading system for papilledema
•The role of the cerebellum in the control of eye movements
•A Bench-to-Bedside discussion on mitochondrial eye diseases

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