Pulsatile visual phenomenon, ipsilateral to a metastatic orbital carcinoid, occurring during usage of sildenafil (Viagra)

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Smith, J., Rose, G. & Plowman, P. Pulsatile visual phenomenon, ipsilateral to a metastatic orbital carcinoid, occurring during usage of sildenafil (Viagra). Eye 15, 809–811 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1038/eye.2001.265

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