Neuro-Ophthalmological Causes Of Vision Loss

Vision is a complex system that requires the eyes, brain, and the connection between the two to work correctly. Neuro-ophthalmological causes occur when vision loss is due to more complex issues than just eye disorders. There are various conditions that cause vision loss because of changes in the visual system. Stroke Stroke can cause damage to the muscles or nerves responsible for eye movement and vision. Since most strokes only affect one side of the brain, the resulting problems typically affect vision on the contralateral side. [Read More]