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Architecture of arachnoid trabeculae, pillars, and septa in the subarachnoid space of the human optic nerve: anatomy and clinical considerations
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    The subarachnoid space of the optic nerve and visual loss in papilledema

    Dear Editor,

    I read with great interest your extremely valuable article. I have been working in the field of PTC and optic nerve sheath decompression for about 12 years now and my clinical experience very much supports the findings in your work. There are variable degrees of papilledema in the same patient with the same level ICP and variable responses of patients to medical therapies decreasing the ICP, with some p...

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