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    #19 help on this one

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    Patient comes with craniopharyngioma what visual defect the patient will have?








    bitemporal hemianopsia in the past visual defect where ask in every test now I dont know

    if you have pictures of craniopharyngioma please and add MORE
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    why even bother with the obvious. Just know where you are need it and where you can help the most.

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    tumor is compressing the optic chiasm and optic nerve...

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    Hey md90 that is a hreat picture, can you please post in this post one that is normal so we can also see the difference of normal and abnormal.

    So people that are not to good with images can start gueting use to it

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    I don't have in my pictures, but will look for one later this evening...

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