An uncommon cause of increased intracranial pressure
Patients with increased intracranial pressure frequently present to ophthalmologists with a variety of neurologic complaints. This report describes a patient with congeni- tal cerebrovenous malformation who developed increased intracranial pressure following unilateral radical neck dissection. The pathogenesis, diagnostic investigations, interpretation, and subsequent management of this condition are discussed.
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