Featuring: Liza Cohen, MD, and Stephen Magill, MD, PhD
Northwestern Medicine's Liza Cohen, MD, Oculoplastic Surgery, and Stephen Magill, MD, PhD, Neurological Surgery, discuss the case of a young woman who developed pulsatile proptosis after trauma in childhood. Imaging identified a connection between the brain and the orbit: Brain tissue was pushing into the orbit with every heartbeat, causing significant headaches and "bouncing" vision for the patient.
Hear how these physicians worked together to repair the patient's orbital defect, preserve vision and prevent complications.
Liza M. Cohen, MD, is an assistant professor of Ophthalmology at Northwestern Medicine.
Stephen T. Magill, MD, PhD, is an assistant professor of Neurological Surgery at Northwestern Medicine.
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