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Inflammatory diseases of the optic nerve

Optic neuritis

Inflammatory diseases of the optic nerve called optic neuritis. The inflammatory process in the optic nerve can occur:

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Tumors of the optic nerve

Glioma of the optic nerve.


This swelling of the optic nerve occurs most often in childhood, occasionally gliomas are found in older people. It develops from the glial cells of the optic ... Read more »
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Tumors of the optic chiasm

Chiasm glioma


Chiasm glioma occurs most often. With the growth of tumors, it can spread to the skull base, in the visual pathways in the hypothalamus.

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Optic atrophy Treatment

Atrophy of the optic nerve are the end result of an entire group of pathological states of the organism. There are optic atrophy hereditary nature, which occur immediately or some time during the patient's life.


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Toxic lesions of the optic nerve

The optic nerve is very sensitive to the effects of certain toxic substances. For lesions of the optic nerve may influence:

  • methyl and ethyl alcohol
  • substances contained in tobacco smoke
  • Lead
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Vascular lesions of the optic nerve

For vascular lesions of the optic nerve is ischemic optic neuropathy. It occurs in acute blood circulation in the blood vessels that nourish the optic nerve. This gives rise to a violation of visual function. Usually one eye is affected, sometimes it is a bilateral lesion.


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Cataracts in diabetes mellitus

Cataract in diabetes. In diabetes mellitus in conjunction with the level of glucose in the blood levels of glucose in the aqueous humor, which nourishes the lens and the lens respectively. Simultaneously with glucose in the lens goes over the water, the lens tissue swelling. The increase in the amount of the lens affects its refractive pow ... Read more »

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