hello. i live in pakistan. my cozin, when she was 6 years old ( 1995) when
-> sudden headache
-> squint in left eye
->drop in vision.
these things occured.
headache was not relieved with simple pain killers.then steroids given by a neurosurgen. Scan was done but not informative at that time.
Operated for squint in 1996. no improvement seen in vision. Then MRI done. Demylination noted in the occipital area for lateral ventricles. Vision rapidly dropped within 1 year upto 90 %
Now no central vision is working only a bit of peripheral vision is intact.
No further loss in vision or ant physiological disipairment afterwards.
this is a brief history. Can anyone help me out.. nd guide me what to do. OR are there further research in this field ?
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