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Obesity, other treatable diseases, and some medications can cause raised intracranial pressure and symptoms of pseudotumor cerebri. A thorough medical history and physical examination is needed to evaluate these factors in order to determine the best approach to treatment of this condition.
If a diagnosis of pseudotumor cerebri is confirmed, careful and repeated eye (ophthalmologic) exams are required to check for any changes in vision. Medications such as acetazolamide, furosemide, glycerol, and
An article from eMedicine Journal provides detailed information regarding the treatment of pseudotumor cerebri at the following link: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1143167-treatment. You may need to register to view the article, but registration is free.