Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension - Ocular Migraine

Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) rises when high pressure round the brain causes suggestions like vision changes, headaches, optical atrophy, and ultimately points to blindness. The leading cause for this hypertension is unidentified. IIH occurs when the fluid around the brain and spinal cord accumulates in the cranium. This builds up fresh pressure on the brain and injuries the optical whim-whams. It's a rare complaint which generally is seen in children and fat women during their gestation. It's incompletely known as pseudotumor cerebri (false brain excrescence) as the symptoms nearly act a brain excrescence.


  • Optical motility disturbances
  • Degree of papilledema
  • Eyestrain

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