Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (formerly called pseudotumor cerebri) is a cause of headache, along with optic nerve edema, and can lead to permanent visual loss. This course will address how to diagnose it, how best to treat it, and other topics including subgroups and issues of “outliers.” This is a frequently missed diagnosis, and important to include in a differential diagnosis.
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