Two hundred and forty-eight cases of visual snow: A review of potential inciting events and contributing comorbidities
Dev G Mehta, Ivan Garza, Carrie E Robertson
First Published February 20, 2021
Though most cases of visual snow are spontaneous, potential secondary causes should be recognized by clinicians. Patients who develop visual snow after an inciting event or related to an underlying comorbidity may have a better prognosis than those in whom it develops spontaneously. In select cases, treatment of the suspected underlying cause may significantly alleviate the otherwise typical intractable visual disturbances associated with visual snow.
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