|Neuro-ophthalmology: Case twelve|
|This 32 year-old woman had had two years history
of recurrent left sided headache preceded by photopsia. She was put on
prophylactic medication for classical migraine without effect. A cerebral
angiography was performed after she experienced a transient right hemiplegia.
a. What does the cerebral angiography show?
b. How does this condition present clinically?
c. How could it be treated?
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