- Gamekeepers Thumb11:37What Would I Do Next? | Sinusitis Abscess16:19Paper Chase #1 | Topical Anesthetic for Corneal Abrasions5:14Rattlesnake Bites, Part 1Free Chapter16:42Imposter SyndromeFree Chapter14:30Paper Chase #2 | Is Cephalexin Alone Sufficient for Cellulitis?3:57COPD Basics21:41Paper Chase #3 | Does Spinal Manipulative Therapy Work For LBP?3:07Rattlesnake Bites, Part 211:51Pseudotumor16:07Paper Chase #4 | Culture Negative, Dysuric Patients Likely Have Bacterial UTIs4:47Asymptomatic Hypertension28:26Paper Chase #5 | Guidelines Reduce The Number Of Opioids Prescriptions Given4:22The Summary24:04
Pseudotumor Cerebri, also known as idiopathic intracranial hypertension, is a condition of increased intracranial pressure without the presence of any structural lesions or cerebrospinal fluid abnormalities. Although it was previously named “benign intracranial hypertension” the name was misleading. The condition is serious and can lead to severe headaches and permanent blindness if not treated. The classic presentation is an obese woman of childbearing age. Miz speaks to Sam Ashoo to review a recent case of his to remind us what this disease is all about.