Dominant Optic Atrophy
A 28-year-old male patient was referred to us from another ophthalmologist for bilateral optic neuropathy with undetermined cause. According to the patient, his vision was about 6/20 to 6/15 OU when he was checked in the first grade of elementary school. Since then, he has felt a gradual decrease of his vision. He had received a visual field examination at the referring hospital which revealed a relative central scotoma in both eyes, with a mean deviation of −4.46 dB in the right eye and −4.47 dB in the left eye. He was otherwise healthy with no systemic diseases. Family history was unremarkable except for an aunt with poor vision since childhood.