Optic neuritis

It is caused by an optic nerve inflammation. This condition is often associated with multiple sclerosis, although it may also be caused by other conditions such as autoimmune diseases or optic nerve lesions. Optical neuritis causes a sudden and rapid progressive loss of vision, which can go from total blindness to loss of vision in small areas. With proper treatment, often steroids, loss of vision is usually temporary.

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