Ans : Neuritis of the portion of the optic nerve behind the eyeball. The main symptom is acute loss of vision in one or both eyes. Pain may be absent or it may be unbearable, lasting for only a brief period or for days. This type of neuralgia may be caused by a variety of illnesses, but in adults it is most frequently associated with multiple sclerosis.
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