SHALL WE DECOMPRESS FOR CHOKED DISK?

B. SACHS
1922 Archives of Neurology And Psychiatry  
The importance of choked disk as a sign of intracranial disease is all the greater because in many instances it appears early, and in many others the diagnosis is uncertain until this sign does appear. Taken by itself, it is alarming, and the impulse among neurologists and neurosurgeons to do something in order to avert impending blindness is natural and excusable.
doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1922.02190170062003 fatcat:fzf3iilz25gonkykgn5mynxp7m