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12/10
Hi, I read the reply regarding complication of pituitary tumor removal surgery.
My mother in law lost her vision from the November 19 2010 endoscopic surgery.
Right after the surgery she responded to the light once but after that she can not see at all. Can she take any surgery now recover her vision? Please post your answer or preferably send me an email to ***@****. Our family is so desperate. The doctors did not suggest any immediate surgery for the blindness which I read in your reply to the same question posted on 2007. She is 81 year old and lost her vision 2 years ago due to glaucoma but now she lost her other vision as well.
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06/08
Thank you for everything! I know it has been along time since your reply but I actually haven't opened Medhelp for a while.I appreciate your reply. Your answer was very helpful. Thankyou.
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05/08
Sir or madam,  For reasons I don't understand, I feel that you may be of help to me.  I have what seems like Horners sysdrome.  Yet a couple of things seem out of order.  First, my eye is red and runny.  I don't see that as a symptom anywhere.  Second, is the headache behind and just above and to the left of the affected eye.  I first went to my family prac doc.  He said I had an eye infection and prescribed antibotic drops, which did no good for two weeks.  I then went to my optomotrist who diagnosed horners.  I have a follow up with the family guy tuesday.

I cannot afford too many test.  I need to figure this out with a rifle, not a shotgun.

Do you have a suggestion?  Thanks in advance.

Sam Teel
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