Optic neuritis is inflammation of the optic nerve. It may cause sudden, reduced vision in the affected eye.
The cause of optic neuritis is unknown.
Sudden inflammation of the nerve connecting the eye and the brain (optic nerve) can injure the insulation (
Causes of the inflammation can include:
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