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we have a dedicated neuro-ophthalmology department that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the visual system and the brain. Neuro-ophthalmology is a subspecialty of ophthalmology that focuses on the relationship between the eye and the brain.

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Types of Neuro Ophthalmology


Optic Neuritis




Optic Neuropathy


Cranial Nerve Palsies


Visual Field Defects


Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH)


The symptoms of neuro-ophthalmologic disease can vary depending on the underlying condition and its severity.However,here are some of the most common symptoms that may be associated with neuro-ophthalmologic conditions.

Blurre or

double vision

Sudden vision loss or

changes in vision



Painless,progressive loss of

peripheral or central vision



Eyelis drooping

or twitching

Eye pain,particularly

with eye movement

Headaches,particularly those

located around the eye

Difficulty with eye

movements or alignment


eye movements)

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Diagnosis of neuro-ophthalmic disorders

The diagnosis of neuro-ophthalmic disorders is made by a neuro-ophthalmologist. The doctor will perform a complete eye exam, including a visual acuity test, a dilated eye exam, and a neurological exam. The doctor may also order additional tests, such as an MRI or CT scan of the brain, an electroretinogram (ERG), or an optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan.


Restore your vision & restore your life with the most modern Neuro-Ophthalmologic management options available today.

  • Medications

Depending on the underlying condition,medications may be prescribed to manage symptoms and slow or stop the progression of the disease. For example,corticosteroids may be used to reduce inflammation in conditions like optic nauritis.

  • Surgery

In some cases,surgery may be nacessary to treat neuro-ophthalmic conditions. This may include procedures to relieve pressure on the optic nerve or to correct muscle imbalances in the eye.Surgical treatments are tailored to the specific needs of each patient.

  • Vision Rehabilitation

if a patient experiences vision loss due to a nauro-ophthalmic condition,vision rehabilitation may be recommended.This may include the use of assitive devices,such as magnifying glasses or electronic reading aids, or training intechniques to maximize remaining vision.

  • Lifestyle Modifications

Depending on the underlying condition,lifestykle modiflcations may be recommended to improve visual function and reduce the risk of further damage.This may include recommendations for healthy eating exercise,and stress reduction.

  • Referral to other Specialists

Nauro-ophthalmic conditions may be associated with underlying medical conditions that require treatment form other specialists,such as neurologists or endocrinologists.our team works closely with other specialists to provide comprehensive care to our patients.

  • Patient Educaton

At our Eye Hospital,we believe that patient education is critical for successful treatment outcomes.Our team takes the time to explain the diagnosis,and expected outcomes to our patients,empowering them to make informed decisions about their care.

  • Follow-up Care

We provide ongoing care and support to our patients,monitoring their progress and adjusting their teatment plan as necessary.Regular follor-up appointments are importaint for ensuring the best possible outcomes and maintaining good viaual function.


Frequently Asked Questions

A: Neuro-ophthalmology is a specialized field that focuses on the relationship between the eyes and the brain. It deals with the diagnosis and management of visual problems that are related to neurological conditions, such as optic nerve disorders, visual pathway abnormalities, and eye movement disorders.

A: Symptoms that may prompt a referral to a neuro-ophthalmologist include sudden or progressive vision loss, blurred or double vision, visual field defects, eye movement abnormalities, unexplained headaches or migraines, droopy eyelids, pupil abnormalities, or any visual disturbances associated with neurological symptoms.

A: A neuro-ophthalmology evaluation typically involves a comprehensive eye examination along with a thorough assessment of the neurological and visual systems. The examination may include a detailed medical history review, visual acuity and field testing, evaluation of eye movements and coordination, pupillary examination, and potentially imaging studies such as MRI or CT scans to assess the brain and optic nerves.

A: Some neuro-ophthalmic conditions, if left untreated or uncontrolled, can lead to permanent vision loss. It is essential to seek timely evaluation and appropriate management from a neuro-ophthalmologist to prevent or minimize vision loss and manage underlying neurological conditions effectively.

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