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renal insufficiency]. Bord Med. 1971 Apr;4(4):1193-4 passim. French. No abstract
available.PMID: 5562251; UI: 71261759.
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treatment]. Pneumonol Pol. 1978 Jul;46(7):533-6. Polish. No abstract available.PMID:
693342; UI: 79012213.
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case and a survey]. Ugeskr Laeger. 1968 Aug 8;130(32):1309-12. Danish. No abstract
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GD, et al. [See
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Am J Ophthalmol. 1999 Jan;127(1):104-6. PMID: 9933016; UI: 99129796.
PURPOSE: To report a case of sequential anterior ischemic optic
neuropathy temporally related to the sequential use of a decongestant nasal spray.
METHODS: A 43-year-old woman was evaluated for sequential bilateral vision loss following
the use of oxymetazoline nasal spray. RESULTS: Thorough investigation of possible
etiologies causing the bilateral anterior ischemic optic neuropathy was negative. Our
patient had several predisposing risk factors for ischemic optic neuropathy, including
diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and crowded optic nerve heads. Before each acute optic
neuropathy, the patient used two to three puffs of oxymetazoline nasal spray. CONCLUSION:
Decongestants have been associated with ischemic and hemorrhagic vascular events.
Vasoconstriction secondary to oxymetazoline use may precipitate anterior ischemic optic
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1986 Jul 15;58(2):383-6. PMID: 3719532; UI: 86244666.
A 57-year-old woman developed bilateral optic neuritis after being
treated for 6 months with tamoxifen in the dosage of 30 to 40 mg orally a day. As the
neuritis progressed during continued treatment and no other causal explanation could be
found, tamoxifen was stopped and the optic neuritis regressed. Since tamoxifen might cause
optic neuritis the authors recommend the monitoring of ocular symptoms in treated patients
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