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  1. Upregulated Retinal Neurofilament Expression in Experimental Optic Neuritis
  2. Automated Pupillometry Using a Prototype Binocular Optical Coherence Tomography System
  3. Blocked Eye-Brain connection in Multiple Sclerosis
  4. Protein aggregate formation permits millennium-old brain preservation
  5. Time is Vision
  6. Progression of Anterograde Trans-Synaptic Degeneration in the Human Retina Is Modulated by Axonal Convergence and Divergence
  7. Aquaporin-4 and myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein antibodies in immune-mediated optic neuritis at long-term follow-up
  8. Quantile regression analysis reveals widespread evidence for gene-environment or gene-gene interactions in myopia development
  9. Optimal intereye difference thresholds by optical coherence tomography in multiple sclerosis: An international study
  10. Quantification of Visual Fixation in Multiple Sclerosis
  11. A 30 s test for quantitative assessment of a relative afferent pupillary defect (RAPD): the infrared pupillary asymmetry (IPA)
  12. Treatment of internuclear ophthalmoparesis in multiple sclerosis with fampridine: A randomized double‐blind, placebo‐controlled cross‐over trial
  13. The relevance of buffer system ionic strength in immunoassay development
  14. The prognostic value of neurofilament levels in patients with sepsis-associated encephalopathy – A prospective, pilot observational study
  15. An ontological foundation for ocular phenotypes and rare eye diseases
  16. Peripapillary Hyperreflective Ovoid Mass-Like Structures
  17. The International Multiple Sclerosis Visual System Consortium
  18. Association of Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thinning With Current and Future Cognitive Decline
  19. The role of optical coherence tomography and infrared oculography in assessing the visual pathway and CNS in multiple sclerosis
  20. A motor neuron strategy to save time and energy in neurodegeneration: adaptive protein stoichiometry
  21. Treating the Eyes to Help the Brain
  22. Neurofilaments as biomarkers in neurological disorders
  23. A standardized protocol for quantification of saccadic eye movements: DEMoNS
  24. Neuro-ophthalmic literature review
  25. Applying the 2017 McDonald diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis
  26. The Pulfrich phenomenon: Practical implications of the assessment of cases and effectiveness of treatment
  27. Software updates of OCT segmentation algorithms influence longitudinal assessment of retinal atrophy
  28. Identification and treatment of the visual processing asymmetry in MS patients with optic neuritis: The Pulfrich phenomenon
  29. Multicenter reliability of semiautomatic retinal layer segmentation using OCT
  30. Retinal optical coherence tomography shows optic disc changes in low intracranial pressure headaches: a case report
  31. Reply to the letter by Jasmin Zvorničanin on the article Prefoveal floaters as a differential diagnosis to optic neuritis: “mouches dormantes”
  32. Translational evidence for two distinct patterns of neuroaxonal injury in sepsis: a longitudinal, prospective translational study
  33. Diagnostic accuracy of optical coherence tomography inter-eye percentage difference for optic neuritis in multiple sclerosis
  34. The Optic Disc Drusen Studies Consortium Recommendations for Diagnosis of Optic Disc Drusen Using Optical Coherence Tomography
  35. Time is vision in recurrent optic neuritis
  36. Retinal layer segmentation in multiple sclerosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  37. Biomarkers of Disease Progression
  38. Volume rendering of superficial optic disc drusen
  39. Structure-function relationships in the visual system in multiple sclerosis: an MEG and OCT study
  40. Prefoveal floaters as a differential diagnosis to optic neuritis: “mouches dormantes”
  41. Retinal atrophy in relation to visual functioning and vision-related quality of life in patients with multiple sclerosis
  42. Case 3-2017: A Man with Cardiac Sarcoidosis and New Diplopia and Weakness
  43. Optical coherence tomography angiography and retinal microvascular ramification in acute macular neuroretinopathy and paracentral acute middle maculopathy
  44. A rare cause for visual symptoms in multiple sclerosis: posterior internuclear ophthalmoplegia of Lutz, a historical misnomer
  45. Cognitive impairment in patients with multiple sclerosis is associated with atrophy of the inner retinal layers
  46. Neuroprotection and visual function after optic neuritis
  47. Serum Compounds of Energy Metabolism Impairment Are Related to Disability, Disease Course and Neuroimaging in Multiple Sclerosis
  48. Retinal glymphatic system: an explanation for transient retinal layer volume changes?
  49. An early case of a natural barrier to axonal degeneration
  50. Elevated CSF neurofilament proteins predict brain atrophy: A 15-year follow-up study
  51. The APOSTEL recommendations for reporting quantitative optical coherence tomography studies
  52. Timing of retinal neuronal and axonal loss in MS: a longitudinal OCT study
  53. Retinal thickness measured with optical coherence tomography and risk of disability worsening in multiple sclerosis: a cohort study
  54. Plasma neurofilament heavy chain is not a useful biomarker in Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
  55. Autoimmunity in visual loss
  56. Elevated vitreous body glial fibrillary acidic protein in retinal diseases
  57. The prevalence of microcystic macular changes on optical coherence tomography of the macular region in optic nerve atrophy of non-neuritis origin: a prospective study
  58. Neurofilament light chain: A prognostic biomarker in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  59. Cerebral Salt Wasting Syndrome
  60. Pain in Optic Perineuritis: Author Response
  61. Glial fibrillary acidic protein is a body fluid biomarker for glial pathology in human disease
  62. The prognostic value of CSF neurofilaments in multiple sclerosis at 15-year follow-up
  63. Neuro-Ophthalmic Literature Review
  64. Diagnostic clues and manifesting carriers in fukutin-related protein (FKRP) limb-girdle muscular dystrophy
  65. The impact of Tween 20 on repeatability of amyloid β and tau measurements in cerebrospinal fluid
  66. Visual pathway neurodegeneration winged by mitochondrial dysfunction
  67. Re: Garcia-Martin et al.: Retinal layer segmentation in patients with multiple sclerosis using spectral domain optical coherence tomography (Ophthalmology 2014;121:573–9)
  68. Distribution of Retinal Layer Atrophy in Patients With Parkinson Disease and Association With Disease Severity and Duration
  69. Neuro-Ophthalmic Literature Review
  70. Physiological variation of retinal layer thickness is not caused by hydration: A randomised trial
  71. Retinal Segmentation to Demonstrate Hyperplasia in Ataxia of Charlevoix-Saguenay: Critique on Study Methodology and Results
  72. Plasma neurofilament heavy chain levels and disease progression in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: insights from a longitudinal study
  73. The investigation of acute optic neuritis: a review and proposed protocol
  74. Effects of Repeated Intrathecal Triamcinolone-Acetonide Application on Cerebrospinal Fluid Biomarkers of Axonal Damage and Glial Activity in Multiple Sclerosis Patients
  75. Serum lactate as a novel potential biomarker in multiple sclerosis
  76. Bidirectional trans-synaptic axonal degeneration in the visual pathway in multiple sclerosis
  77. Quality control for retinal OCT in multiple sclerosis: validation of the OSCAR-IB criteria
  78. Serum neurofilament light chain is a biomarker of human spinal cord injury severity and outcome
  79. Neuro-Ophthalmic Literature Review
  80. Cerebrospinal fluid transferrin levels are reduced in patients with early multiple sclerosis
  81. Diagnosis and classification of autoimmune optic neuropathy
  82. Current and future potential of retinal optical coherence tomography in multiple sclerosis with and without optic neuritis
  83. Neurofilament heavy chain as a marker of neuroaxonal pathology and prognosis in acute encephalitis
  84. Serum phosphorylated neurofilament-heavy chain levels in multiple sclerosis patients
  85. Neuro-Ophthalmic Literature Review
  86. Recurrent Optic Perineuritis after Intranasal Cocaine Abuse
  87. Biomarker time out
  88. The Clinical Spectrum of Microcystic Macular Edema
  89. A dam for retrograde axonal degeneration in multiple sclerosis?
  90. Disease course heterogeneity and OCT in multiple sclerosis
  91. Retinal hyperaemia-related blood vessel artifacts are relevant to automated OCT layer segmentation
  92. Neurofilaments as a plasma biomarker for ICU-acquired weakness: an observational pilot study
  93. Neurodegeneration and Multiple Sclerosis
  94. Optical Coherence Tomography to Assess Neurodegeneration in Multiple Sclerosis
  95. Optic Neuritis: Another Dickensian Diagnosis
  96. Chronic Lymphocytic Inflammation With Pontine Perivascular Enhancement Responsive to Steroids and Fatal B-Cell Lymphoma—Reply
  97. Physiological variation of segmented OCT retinal layer thicknesses is short-lasting
  98. Increased Neurofilament Light Chain Blood Levels in Neurodegenerative Neurological Diseases
  99. Should CLIPPERS Be Considered a Prelymphoma State or a New Inflammatory Disease?—Reply
  100. Intrathecal oligoclonal IgG synthesis in multiple sclerosis
  101. Pain Management in Neurocritical Care
  102. Fatal B-cell Lymphoma Following Chronic Lymphocytic Inflammation With Pontine Perivascular Enhancement Responsive to Steroids
  103. Optical Coherence Tomography Reveals Distinct Patterns of Retinal Damage in Neuromyelitis Optica and Multiple Sclerosis
  104. Serial cerebrospinal fluid neurofilament heavy chain levels in severe Guillain-Barré syndrome
  105. Chronic relapsing inflammatory optic neuropathy: a systematic review of 122 cases reported
  106. Influence of the Eye-Tracking–Based Follow-Up Function in Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness Using Fourier-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography
  107. Patterns of non-embolic transient monocular visual field loss
  108. The utility of cerebrospinal fluid analysis in patients with multiple sclerosis
  109. Loss of retinal nerve fibre layer axons indicates white but not grey matter damage in early multiple sclerosis
  110. Cerebrospinal fluid analyses for the diagnosis of subarachnoid haemorrhage and experience from a Swedish study. What method is preferable when diagnosing a subarachnoid haemorrhage?
  111. Embolic and Nonembolic Transient Monocular Visual Field Loss: A Clinicopathologic Review
  112. A Simple Sign for Recognizing Off–Axis OCT Measurement Beam Placement in the Context of Multicentre Studies
  113. Microcystic macular oedema in MS: T2 lesion or black hole?
  114. Comment on "Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Blast-Exposed Military Veterans and a Blast Neurotrauma Mouse Model"
  115. Microcystic macular oedema confirmed, but not specific for multiple sclerosis
  116. Plasma Neurofilament Heavy Chain Levels Correlate to Markers of Late Stage Disease Progression and Treatment Response in SOD1G93A Mice that Model ALS
  117. Recurrent Laughter-induced Syncope
  118. Biomarkers of Disease Progression
  119. Serum GFAP levels in optic neuropathies
  120. Glial S100B is elevated in serum across the spectrum of west nile virus infection
  121. The OSCAR-IB Consensus Criteria for Retinal OCT Quality Assessment
  122. Neurofilament heavy chain and heat shock protein 70 as markers of seizure-related brain injury
  123. The Physiological Variation of the Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness and Macular Volume in Humans as Assessed by Spectral Domain–Optical Coherence Tomography
  124. Roadmap and standard operating procedures for biobanking and discovery of neurochemical markers in ALS
  125. The Diagnostic and Prognostic Value of Neurofilament Heavy Chain Levels in Immune-Mediated Optic Neuropathies
  126. Serial soluble neurofilament heavy chain in plasma as a marker of brain injury after cardiac arrest
  127. Anti-voltage-gated potassium channel Kv1.4 antibodies in myasthenia gravis
  128. Axonal damage in the making: Neurofilament phosphorylation, proton mobility and magnetisation transfer in multiple sclerosis normal appearing white matter
  129. Cerebrospinal Fluid Ferritin Level, a Sensitive Diagnostic Test in Late-Presenting Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  130. The Prognostic Value of Brain Extracellular Fluid Nitric Oxide Metabolites After Traumatic Brain Injury
  131. Erratum to: Rostrocaudal Dynamics of CSF Biomarkers
  132. Disease-Specific Cerebrospinal Fluid Investigations
  133. The Use of Serum Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein Measurements in the Diagnosis of Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Optic Neuritis
  134. Soluble Beta-Amyloid Precursor Protein Is Related to Disease Progression in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  135. Neurofilament stoichiometry simulations during neurodegeneration suggest a remarkable self-sufficient and stable in vivo protein structure
  136. Hyperacute Detection of Neurofilament Heavy Chain in Serum Following Stroke: A Transient Sign
  137. Cognitive, biochemical, and imaging profile of patients suffering from idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus
  138. Exceptional preservation of a prehistoric human brain from Heslington, Yorkshire, UK
  139. What makes a prognostic biomarker in CNS diseases: strategies for targeted biomarker discovery? Part 2: chronic progressive and relapsing disease
  140. Normal CSF ferritin levels in MS suggest against etiologic role of chronic venous insufficiency
  141. The neurofilament light chain is not stable in vitro
  142. Reply
  143. What makes a prognostic biomarker in CNS diseases: strategies for targeted biomarker discovery? Part 1: acute and monophasic diseases
  144. Neurofilament heavy chain in CSF correlates with relapses and disability in multiple sclerosis
  145. Remote Ischemic Preconditioning Protects the Brain Against Injury After Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest
  146. A method to solubilise protein aggregates for immunoassay quantification which overcomes the neurofilament “hook” effect
  147. In vivo monitoring of neuronal loss in traumatic brain injury: a microdialysis study
  148. International Issues: The EAYNT: Ten years of unifying European junior neurologists
  149. Neurodegeneration in MS and NMO: The Eye and the Blood
  150. Matrix Metalloproteinases in Myasthenia Gravis
  151. Consensus Guidelines for CSF and Blood Biobanking for CNS Biomarker Studies
  152. Blood and CSF Biomarker Dynamics in Multiple Sclerosis: Implications for Data Interpretation
  153. Rostrocaudal Dynamics of CSF Biomarkers
  154. Evidence for acute neurotoxicity after chemotherapy
  155. Batch prepared protein standards for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) biomarkers for neurodegeneration
  156. Ocular Flutter Following Adenoviral Conjunctivitis in an Adult
  157. Normal CSF ferritin levels in MS suggest against etiologic role of chronic venous insufficiency
  158. Optical coherence tomography in multiple sclerosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  159. Anti-Heat Shock Protein 70 antibody levels are increased in myasthenia gravis and Guillain-Barré syndrome
  160. Glial but not axonal protein biomarkers as a new supportive diagnostic criteria for Devic neuromyelitis optica? Preliminary results on 188 patients with different neurological diseases
  161. Urinary neopterin and nitric oxide metabolites as markers of interferon β-1a activity in primary progressive multiple sclerosis
  162. Differential pattern of brain-specific CSF proteins tau and amyloid-beta in Parkinsonian syndromes
  163. An unbiased, staged, multicentre, validation strategy for Alzheimer's disease CSF tau levels
  164. Liquordiagnostik bei CT-negativer Subarachnoidalblutung
  165. Cerebrospinal fluid ATP metabolites in multiple sclerosis
  166. A highly sensitive electrochemiluminescence immunoassay for the neurofilament heavy chain protein
  167. Recurrent ptosis due to myopathy of the levator palpebrae superioris
  168. Konsensusprotokoll zur Standardisierung von Entnahme und Biobanking des Liquor cerebrospinalis / A consensus protocol for the standardisation of cerebrospinal fluid collection and biobanking
  169. Neurology training around the world: asking the trainees
  170. Neurofilament ELISA validation
  171. Short commentary on ‘a consensus protocol for the standardization of cerebrospinal fluid collection and biobanking’
  172. Neuromyelitis optica-IgG (aquaporin-4) autoantibodies in immune mediated optic neuritis
  173. A consensus protocol for the standardization of cerebrospinal fluid collection and biobanking
  174. Synchronised Paroxysmal Ocular Tilt Reaction and Limb Dystonia
  175. Neuronal and glial cerebrospinal fluid protein biomarkers are elevated after West Nile Virus infection
  176. Synchronised Paroxysmal Ocular Tilt Reaction and Limb Dystonia
  177. A novel biomarker for retinal degeneration: vitreous body neurofilament proteins
  178. Cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers in multiple sclerosis
  179. The Longitudinal Profile of Bilirubin and Ferritin in the Cerebrospinal Fluid Following a Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Diagnostic Implications
  180. Increase of uric acid and purine compounds in biological fluids of multiple sclerosis patients
  181. The longitudinal profile of CSF markers during external lumbar drainage
  182. CSF protein biomarkers for proximal axonal damage improve prognostic accuracy in the acute phase of Guillain-Barré syndrome
  183. Improving the recovery of S100B protein in cerebral microdialysis: Implications for multimodal monitoring in neurocritical care
  184. EFNS guidelines on disease-specific CSF investigations
  185. The Value of the Serum Neurofilament Protein Heavy Chain as a Biomarker for Peri-operative Brain Injury After Carotid Endarterectomy
  186. Glial fibrillary acidic protein in Guillain-Barré syndrome: Methodological issues
  187. A worldwide multicentre comparison of assays for cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers in Alzheimer's disease
  188. Longitudinal one-year study of levels and stoichiometry of neurofilament heavy and light chain concentrations in CSF in patients with multiple system atrophy
  189. The Historical Origin of the Pulfrich Effect: A Serendipitous Astronomic Observation at the Border of the Milky Way
  190. Cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers in Guillain-Barré syndrome – Where do we stand?
  191. Isolated, relapsing and progressive demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system
  192. Phosphorylation and compactness of neurofilaments in multiple sclerosis: Indicators of axonal pathology
  193. Glial and Axonal Body Fluid Biomarkers Are Related to Infarct Volume, Severity, and Outcome
  194. Metabolic failure precedes intracranial pressure rises in traumatic brain injury: a microdialysis study
  195. Cerebrospinal fluid brain specific proteins in relation to nitric oxide metabolites during relapse of multiple sclerosis
  196. Marathon related death due to brainstem herniation in rehydration-related hyponatraemia: a case report
  197. Assessing visual fields for driving in patients with paracentral scotomata
  198. CSF biomarkers for improved prognostic accuracy in acute CNS disease
  199. Plasma neurofilament heavy chain levels in Huntington's disease
  200. Astrocytic activation in relation to inflammatory markers during clinical exacerbation of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis
  201. High CSF neurofilament heavy chain levels in neuromyelitis optica
  202. Comparison of two ELISA methods for measuring levels of the phosphorylated neurofilament heavy chain
  203. CSF Neurofilaments in Frontotemporal Dementia Compared with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease and Controls
  204. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of CSF Neurofilament Protein Levels as Biomarkers in Dementia
  205. H2O Coma
  206. Increased urinary excretion of nitric oxide metabolites in longitudinally monitored migraine patients
  207. CSF neurofilament levels: A potential prognostic marker in Guillain-Barre syndrome
  208. Brain Extracellular Fluid Nitrite/Nitrate Levels after Traumatic Brain Injury are Related to Survival
  209. Early Identification of Secondary Brain Damage in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Role for Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein
  210. Axonal damage and outcome in subarachnoid haemorrhage
  211. The new Global Multiple Sclerosis Severity Score (MSSS) correlates with axonal but not glial biomarkers
  212. Clinical disorders affecting mesopic vision
  213. Axonal damage markers in the cerebrospinal fluid of patients with clinically isolated syndrome improve predicting conversion to definite multiple sclerosis
  214. Axonal damage markers in cerebrospinal fluid are increased in ALS
  215. Measurement of high affinity antibodies on antigen-immunoblots
  216. High Intracranial Pressure, Brain Herniation and Death in Cerebral Venous Thrombosis
  217. Extracellular N-acetylaspartate depletion in traumatic brain injury
  218. Neurofilament heavy-chain NfHSMI35 in cerebrospinal fluid supports the differential diagnosis of Parkinsonian syndromes
  219. Free phenytoin concentration measurement in brain extracellular fluid: a pilot study
  220. The Neurofilament Heavy Chain (NfHSMI35) in the Cerebrospinal Fluid Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease
  221. Educational Approach on Stroke Training in Europe
  222. Spectrophotometry for Cerebrospinal Fluid Pigment Analysis
  223. Amniotic fluid brain-specific proteins are biomarkers for spinal cord injury in experimental myelomeningocele
  224. Optic flow induced nystagmus
  225. No evidence for MSRV viraemia and glial cell death in acute optic neuritis
  226. Neurofilament phosphoforms: Surrogate markers for axonal injury, degeneration and loss
  227. Critical Illness Brain Syndrome (CIBS): An Underestimated Entity?
  228. Why Human Color Vision Cannot Reliably Detect Cerebrospinal Fluid Xanthochromia
  229. Extracellular fluid S100B in the injured brain: a future surrogate marker of acute brain injury?
  230. The Bryan cervical disc prosthesis as an alternative to arthrodesis in the treatment of cervical spondylosis: 46 CONSECUTIVE CASES
  231. Decreased CSF hypocretin-1 (orexin-A) after acute haemorrhagic brain injury
  232. Axonal Pathology in Subarachnoid and Intracerebral Hemorrhage
  233. Axonal damage accumulates in the progressive phase of multiple sclerosis: three year follow up study
  234. The pro and the active form of matrix metalloproteinase-9 is increased in serum of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  235. Central and Paracentral Visual Field Defects and Driving Abilities
  236. Spectrophotometry for Xanthochromia
  237. Serum S100B in primary progressive multiple sclerosis patients treated with interferon-beta-1a
  238. Axonal degeneration and inflammation in acute optic neuritis
  239. Transient monocular blindness: the controversial role of the ophthalmic artery
  240. Treatment response in relation to inflammatory and axonal surrogate marker in multiple sclerosis
  241. Cerebrospinal fluid nitrite/nitrate correlated with oxyhemoglobin and outcome in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage
  242. An ELISA for glial fibrillary acidic protein
  243. Temporal Alterations in Cerebrospinal Fluid Amyloid  -Protein and Apolipoprotein E After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  244. Triple-H therapy in the management of aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage
  245. Alterations in Cerebrospinal Fluid Apolipoprotein E and Amyloid β -Protein after Traumatic Brain Injury
  246. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and serum S100B: release and wash-out pattern
  247. A specific ELISA for measuring neurofilament heavy chain phosphoforms
  248. Cannabinoids inhibit neurodegeneration in models of multiple sclerosis
  249. Quantification of neurodegeneration by measurement of brain-specific proteins
  250. Impaired fibrinolysis in multiple sclerosis: a role for tissue plasminogen activator inhibitors
  251. Video Reconstruction of Vasospastic Transient Monocular Blindness
  252. Serum and urine nitrate and nitrite are not reliable indicators of intrathecal nitric oxide production in acute brain injury
  253. Cerebrospinal Fluid Apolipoprotein E Concentration Decreases after Traumatic Brain Injury
  254. Decreased Cerebrospinal Fluid Apolipoprotein E After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Correlation With Injury Severity and Clinical Outcome
  255. Multiple sclerosis: Neurofilament light chain antibodies are correlated to cerebral atrophy
  256. Cerebrospinal fluid S100B correlates with brain atrophy in Alzheimer's disease
  257. Role of serum S100B as an early predictor of high intracranial pressure and mortality in brain injury: A pilot study
  258. Media Watch
  259. Markers for different glial cell responses in multiple sclerosis: clinical and pathological correlations
  260. Rapidly developing intimal fibrosis mimicking giant cell arteritis
  261. Dense Kayser-Fleischer ring in asymptomatic Wilson's disease (hepatolenticular degeneration)
  262. Relapsing intracranial Rosai-Dorfman disease
  263. Recurrent ptosis
  264. Recurrent ptosis in an adult due to isolated paresis of the levator palpebrae superioris and M�ller?s muscle of unknown aetiology
  265. Repetitive cerebral bleeding in an adult with Klippel-Trénaunay Syndrome
  266. Failure to detect bitemporal field defects due to chiasmal compression on a screening perimetry protocol
  267. Hue memory and discrimination in young children
  268. Neuronal Cell Death and Axonal Degeneration: Neurofilaments as Biomarkers