Congenital optic tract syndrome misdiagnosed with normal tension glaucoma
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A 40-year-old female had been treated for bilateral normal-tension glaucoma. Best-corrected visual acuities (BCVAs) were 20/20 OD, and 20/30 OS. Color vision was normal. Fundus examination showed bilaterally enlarged cupping with mild temporal pallor. Perimetric examination revealed left homonymous...
KeywordsGlaucoma Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Visual Field Defect Optic Tract Ganglion Cell Layer
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