Optic Neuritis and MS

The Optic Neuritis disorder is one of the most common types of neuro-ophthalmic disorders, and is frequently associated with multiple sclerosis. Initially, patients complain of “weird” visions, where images or colors may not be as vivid as they used to be. This irregularity of vision is caused by inflammation of the optic nerve and usually affects one eye … Continued

What is Neuro-ophthalmology? 

Neuro-ophthalmology deals with the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders that affect the eyes. Since the eyeball is an extension of the brain, there is a direct connection between the two organs. The optic nerve that connects the eyeball to the brain provides vision and any damage to this tunnel will result in visual complications. … Continued