An eye on optic nerve swelling - Diets USA Magazine

Optic neuritis is swelling and inflammation of the optic nerve which may result in dull pain behind the eye, and cause visual impairments such as blurry and distorted vision as well as “blind spots,” and/or “flashing lights, which may become more apparent over the course of several hours, or days.

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Asra Alwandi
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Medical Student - St. Georges University, London
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Posted almost 5 years ago
Very interesting article. So they usually treat optic neuritis with corticosteroid. It is probably important too to treat the underlying condition that is causing the optic neuritis in the first place.
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