Acute Monocular Vision Loss - Differential Diagnosis ...
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Acute Monocular Vision Loss - Differential Diagnosis Framework
 • Cornea: Keratitis
 • Anterior Chamber: Hyphema, Acute angle closure glaucoma, Anterior Uveitis
 • Vitreous Humor: Vitreous hemorrhages, Endophthalmitis
 • Optic Nerve: Optic neuritis, Papilledema, Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (GCA, CRVO, CRAO)
 • Optic Chasm: Rapidly expanding pituitary path (infection, inflammation, bleed)
After the optic chiasm, visual loss will be bilateral homonymous hemianopsia and cannot account for monocular vision loss.

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