Pseudotumor Cerebri


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Pseudotumor Cerebri is intracranial inflammation that resembles a brain tumor. Causes intracranial hypertension and can result in optic nerve head swelling (papilledema), headaches, proptosis, and transient loss or reduction of vision. Tends to affect obese females in their 30s.