Comm Eye Health Vol. 29 No. 96 2016. Published online 03 March, 2017

Neuro-ophthalmology

Blurry picture of people at the clinic - seen by someone with double vision
Double vision is a distressing symptom that warrants investigation. TANZANIA © DANIEL ETYA’ALE (ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH)

Double vision is a distressing symptom that warrants investigation. TANZANIA © DANIEL ETYA’ALE (ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH)

In this issue of the Community Eye Health Journal we briefly discuss the anatomy of vision, before explaining conditions presenting with double vision and/or sudden loss of vision which may be life and/or sight-threatening. There are articles on how to assess a patient with neuro-ophthalmological symptoms; the differential diagnosis of optic atrophy as well as how to counsel a patient with visual loss.

Large textbooks are written on neuro-ophthalmology and therefore it is not possible to discuss in detail the diagnosis and management of many neuro-ophthalmological diseases, but we trust this introduction will provide an insight to the important conditions and encourage you in further reading.

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Consulting editors for Issue 96: Allen Foster and Nick Astbury