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MR features of IIH. (a) Vertical kinking of a tortuous optic nerve (arrow). (b) Globe flattening and optic nerve head protrusion (arrow). (c) Perioptic nerve sheath distension (arrow). (d) Partial empty sella (arrow) d c

MR features of IIH. (a) Vertical kinking of a tortuous optic nerve (arrow). (b) Globe flattening and optic nerve head protrusion (arrow). (c) Perioptic nerve sheath distension (arrow). (d) Partial empty sella (arrow) d c

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... updated, modified Dandy criteria [1] and its further revision in 2013 are the commonly used criteria at present. [5,6,11] (Figure 1). We will be using the term IIH throughout the article to refer to primary PTC. ...
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... Table 1 and Figure 1]. ...
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... Imaging of the brain is crucial to rule out a structural pathology [ Figure 1]. Additionally, certain subtle signs of IIH are characteristic on MRI and help in confidently establishing the diagnosis. ...

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