Retrobulbar Neuritis

MD is a 32-year-old woman who presented with pain behind her left eye and loss of central vision. The pain worsened on looking horizontally in either direction. Examination revealed visual acuity in that eye of 20/200, a positive afferent pupil defect, and a normal-appearing optic disc. The presumed diagnosis of retrobulbar neuritis was made based on the clinical setting.


Visual Acuity Optic Nerve Optic Neuritis Demyelinating Disease Presume Diagnosis 
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