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Fig. 2

From: Cases of visual impairment caused by cerebral venous sinus occlusion-induced intracranial hypertension in the absence of headache

Fig. 2

Case 2, 72-year-old male patient with mild bilateral papilledema. a, b, Ophthalmoscopy images. c, d, FFA images, showing hyperfluorescence of the right optic disc, and hypofluorescence in the left optic disc, without other abnormal leakage. e, f, OCT images, showing relatively normal macular morphology in both eyes. g, Contrast-enhanced CT image, showing no signs of elevated ICP. h, CTA image, showing a normal cerebral arterial system. i, j, MRV image, consistent with thrombosis (red arrows) of the superior sagittal sinus

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