A 42 y/o female complaint her vision was fuzzy and dark over the past 2 weeks. No complaint of pain and the eye has not become red or irritated. No past ocular surgery. Visual Acuity, with pinhole correction: Rt eye --20/30+2; Lt eye--20/200.

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Diabetic ratinopathy..with Optic neuritis. Rule out the possibility of Chorioditis... ....Chorioretinitis (CR) is an inflammatory process that involves the uveal tract of the eye. Inflammation is usually caused by congenital viral, bacterial, or protozoal infections in neonates. Congenital toxoplasma and cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection are the most common etiologies in this age group.

Cotton wool patches With optic atrophy ?diabetic retina

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Optic Atrophy Medicines like Tapyadi-Loh, Punarnavadi-Mandur, Saptamrit-Loha, Pancha-Tikta-Ghrita-Guggulu, Punarnavadi-Guggulu, Triphala-Ghrita, Vat-Gajankush-Rasa and Maha-Vat-Vidhwans-Rasa are used to preserve vision and to prevent or halt the degeneration in the retina and optic nerve

IT'S A..CASE OF.. DEGENERATION..OR ..DAMAGE..OF.. OPTIC NERVE.. ? ONA .. ? DIABETIC RETINOPATHY..

Optic neuritis.. DD..Diabeic ratinopathy.

SUGGESTIVE OF OPTIC NERVE. DEGENERATION OPTIC. NEURITIS.. POSSIBLY DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

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