OPTIC NERVE GLIOMA PRESENTING AS NON-AXIAL PROPTOSIS AND OPTOCILIARY SHUNT
Dr.Preeti Rawat, Dr. Sachin Tammannavar*, Dr.Ulka Srivastava, Dr.Vijay Bhaisare,
Dr.Akshay Harne, Dr. Narmada Prasad Tiwari
Optic nerve gliaoma is a slow growing tumor,which typically affects children. Nonaxial proptosis and optociliary shunt usually rare in such case. Here we present a case of optic nerve glioma in a 14 year old girl who presented with loss of vision and nonaxial proptosis and optociliary shunt on fundus examination in left eye in M.G.M.Medical College, Ophthalmology Department, Indore, India
Keywords: Glioma, Optic Nerve, Proptosis, Optociliary shunt, RAPD, EOM.
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