A Case of Foster Kennedy Syndrome in a Pregnant Lady Presenting with Unilateral Deterioration of Vision
Foster Kennedy syndrome is a rare neurological entity that includes ipsilateral optic atrophy, contralateral papilledema, and sometimes anosmia. The syndrome has been described in association with a variety of intracranial pathologies such as a large frontal lobe tumor, olfactory groove meningioma, or medial third sphenoidal wing meningioma. In this report, we present a case of sphenoidal wing meningioma with Foster Kennedy syndrome in a 25-year-old pregnant female.
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