Visual function after bony decompression of meningiomas invading the optic canal

S.M. Krieg, B. Müller, B. Meyer & J. Lehmberg
Objective: Meningiomas frequently extend into the optic canal and cause progressive visual impairment. Surgical decompression of the optic nerve is the only option to preserve visual function. Depending on the invaded structures, optic nerve decompression can be part of a complete tumor removal or the[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]