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Clin Exp Ophthalmol. 2007 Aug;35(6):585-6.

Reversible optic neuropathy due to metronidazole.


Metronidazole is a little known cause of drug-induced optic neuropathy. We report a patient who developed progressive visual loss after an 8-month course of Metronidazole. Electrophysiology confirmed a bilateral optic neuropathy. Her vision improved dramatically with cessation of the drug.

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