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What diseases besides MS include monocular visual loss?
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Dr. Peter Glusker
Neurology
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In brief: Vision loss
There are many diseases that can affect one eye besides m.S.
, for example stroke, or arteritis or local infections, such as by herpes virus, and others. I suggest you see an ophthalmologist or a neurologist.

In brief: Vision loss
There are many diseases that can affect one eye besides m.S.
, for example stroke, or arteritis or local infections, such as by herpes virus, and others. I suggest you see an ophthalmologist or a neurologist.
Dr. Peter Glusker
Dr. Peter Glusker
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In brief: Several
Includes, unilateral severe cataract, glaucoma, retinal detachment, other traumata, retinal artery blockade, tumor of eye or optic nerve, giant cell arteritis, orbital infection, herpes simplex optica, neuromyelitis optica, arteritis or vasculitis, to name a few.
Optic neuritis may be presentation leading to MS in about 60% of cases.

In brief: Several
Includes, unilateral severe cataract, glaucoma, retinal detachment, other traumata, retinal artery blockade, tumor of eye or optic nerve, giant cell arteritis, orbital infection, herpes simplex optica, neuromyelitis optica, arteritis or vasculitis, to name a few.
Optic neuritis may be presentation leading to MS in about 60% of cases.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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