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Recurrent papilloedema and early onset optic atrophy in Behçet's syndrome.
  1. L S Teh,
  2. G M O'Connor,
  3. M M O'Sullivan,
  4. J C Pandit,
  5. L Beck,
  6. B D Williams
  1. Department of Rheumatology, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park, Cardiff.

    Abstract

    Two patients with Behçet's syndrome and intracranial hypertension are reported. One developed a recurrence of papilloedema while receiving treatment but eventually made a full recovery, whereas the other developed optic atrophy within three months of onset despite treatment.

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