Presented February 2012 — International Society of Neurovascular Disease

This study, co-authored by Dr. William Code and Diana Driscoll, OD revealed the improvement of symptoms of headache, poor sleep, fatigue and cognition in patients with multiple sclerosis with the use of acetazolamide. Although likely multifactorial, undiagnosed idiopathic intraocular hypertension (“IIH”) as a likely cause of symptoms turned research efforts toward the cause of this abnormally high intracranial pressure.