- Visual loss monocular sudden progressive profound
- Dark adaptation lowered
- Visual obseuration in bright light
- Imperiment of colour vision
- Pain in Eye that wosened by the eye movement
- Visual field loss
- Flashing lights
- Uhthoff’s Sign
- Vision worsens with an increase in body temperature
- Vision loss one eye which can vary from miled to severe and lasts for 7 – 10 days.
- Hereditary ( leber’s disease)
- Demyelinacting disorders (multiple sclerosis, neuromylitis optica)
- Para infection optic neuritis (viral infections like measles,mumps, chicken pox, whooping, cough, glandular fever.
- Infectious optic neuritis may be sinus related or associated with cat scratch fever, syphilis tuberculosis, lyme disease cryptococcal meningitis.
- Autoimmun disorders associated with optic neuritis includesarcoidois,systemic lumpus erythematosus, polyarthritis nodosa, gullain Barre syndrome.
- Idiopathic : in loargecasesunderlaying cause is un identified.