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|Title:||Ocular complications of head injury in children|
|Abstract:||Ocular complications occurred in 28%, of children with head injury. Neuro-ophthalmological lesions made up one-third or these complications, mostly involved the optic nerve, and were associated with other focal neurological signs more frequently than non-neural ocular complications. Lesions or the posterior visual pathways were rare but tended to be permanent.|
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