|Title||Does Redo Optic nerve sheath fenestration have a role in preventing optic nerve function deterioration|
|Submitted by||Reena Kumari|
|Review Result||rapid fire presentation|
Optic nerve sheath fenestration is one of the surgical options in treating patient with sight threatening papilledema secondary to raised intracranial pressure. But what is its role in patients with refractile papilledema. We intend to look into the surgical success of this procedure in redo patients.
Patient were identified by the coding system in the hospital database.
• 3 patients identified by the database were excluded due to lack of enough follow up data due to a combination of factors .
Refractile papillaedema is difficult to treat. Doing a redo ONSF does not change the Visual acuity and the visual field in these patient. In these cases we need to look at other modalities of treatment.
|Last name||Initials||City / Hospital||Department|
|Kumari||Reena||Leicester Royal Infirmary||Oculoplastics|
|Deol||Sunny||Leicester Royal Infirmary||Ophthalmology|
|Tsaousis||Konstantinos||Leicester Royal Infirmary||Ophthalmology|
|Sampath||Raghavan||Leicester Royal Infirmary||Oculoplastics|