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Optic Neuritis

Optic Neuritis - Symptoms

Optic Neuritis - How to prevent?

Optic Neuritis - Diagnosis

Patients with optic neuritis may experience sudden unilateral or bilateral visual loss that progressively worsens. Pain with eye movements may be present.

Vision is variably affected and colour vision is typically poor. There may or may not be swelling of the optic nerve head.

Optic Neuritis - Preparing for surgery

Optic Neuritis - Post-surgery care

Optic Neuritis - Other Information

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