optic nerve swelling

optic nerve swelling

Vox populi Papilledema, see there.
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Follow-up orbital MRI after four months showed decreased right optic nerve swelling with disappeared contrast-enhancement, suggesting chronic stage of optic neuritis (Figure 3c, d).
c, d) Follow-up orbital magnetic resonance imaging after four months showed decreased right optic nerve swelling with disappeared contrast-enhancement, suggesting chronic stage of optic neuritis.
1) Optic nerve swelling from etiology other than IICP is known as optic disc edema.
MS is the major cause of acute optic neuritis in adults, (23) in two-thirds of cases retrobulbar and in one third papillitis, possibly with mild optic nerve swelling.
Optic nerve swelling or papilloedema can occur if intracranial pressure is raised following a brain injury (Figure 2).
The posterior segment of both eyes was normal and the fundus showed no signs of optic nerve swelling or retinal hemorrhages.
Although increased intracranial pressure can lead to bilateral optic nerve swelling, it does not cause vitritis.