Atypical lymphocytic angiitis of the optic nerve and central nervous system
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Primary angiitis of the central nervous system (PACNS), also known as primary vasculitis of the central nervous system, is a rare, poorly understood, and often fatal disorder.1,2 Although the association of PACNS with optic neuropathy has been documented,3-5 this is the first report to our knowledge of visual loss with histopathologic involvement of the optic nerves.
Lad, E. M.; Hulette, C. M.; and Proia, A. D., "Atypical lymphocytic angiitis of the optic nerve and central nervous system" (2014). Osteopathic Medicine, Jerry M. Wallace School of. 447.