Because the underlying cause of retrobulbar neuritis is often unknown, there is no way to prevent it.
Many cases improve without treatment. Sometimes, corticosteroids, such as prednisone, are used to treat retrobulbar neuritis. The type of therapy depends on the suspected cause of the problem. For example, if an MRI shows abnormalities suggestive of multiple sclerosis in the brain or spinal cord, treatment with interferon may lessen the likelihood of repeated attacks...Read more
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