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sudden unilateral deterioration of vision

66 years old, non smoker male presented with sudden unilateral deterioration of vision in right eye, with mild pain. Vision in right eye is 4/60 and that in Left eye is 6/9 with glass. The fundus photo is shown. Please help to arrive in diagnosis.

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To me it looks like mutiple nodular choroiditis of TB

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Differential diagnosis branch retinal artery occlusion Optic neuritis Papilloedema Reffered the patient to ophthalmologist so that for evaluation like RAPD, IOP, INDIRECT OPTHSLMOSCOPE, OCT TO ARRIVE THE FINAL DIAGNOSIS

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To me it looks like mutiple nodular choroiditis of TB

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Posterior chorioditis

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Acute optic neuritis.

POSSIBLY CHORIODITIS..?? RULE. OUT TB

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Non arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy

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Scattered DRUSEN bodiein the PETIPAPILLARY REGION

Seems like choroiditis

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