This case report describes the ophthalmic findings in a child with the linear naevus syndrome. The patient was referred by the Department of Paediatric Neurology with 'unilateral papilloedema'. This was thought to be a form of pseudopapilloedema, a finding that has not been previously described in this syndrome.
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