Scientists Successfully Regenerate The Optic Nerve Of Mouse In The Lab atomstalk.com/news/scient…
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The amount of times I see posts like this makes my eyes roll so hard that I’ve probably fractured my optic nerve. The entitlement is real
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Optic Nerve Pit with loss of RNFL.
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Scientists Just Successfully Regenerated Mouse Optic Nerve Cells in The Lab sciencealert.com/scientis…
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Does a cephalopod verted eye allow for a thicker optic nerve and better resolution?

This is assuming everything else remains equal.

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I was diagnosed with a Malignant Neoplasm of the Cranial Nerves - Optic Nervehead Lesion aka Melanocytoma in 2012. I am 30 yrs old now; Hispanic, and female. Should my opthamologist request new images? These are dated for 2016. Experiencing neurological symptoms as of May 2020; Clinically documented reddit.com/gallery/k3llgl
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33yo male noticed painless LOV in RE upon waking 5h ago. Fellow eye is NPL from chronic funnel RD following blunt trauma 10y ago. O/E: NPL OU. Affected eye: 7mm pupil. IOP 20. Pale optic nerve. BP 220/120. INR 4.4. eGFR 45. What is your approach?
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Protrudin Gene Therapy Provokes Regrowth in Injured Optic Nerve Cells fightaging.org/archives/2…
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New Method of Repairing Damage to Optic Nerve Offers Hope to Glaucoma Patients. news-medical.net/news/202…
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I'm gonna pull your eyes out and cut off your optic nerve then I'll inject your optic nerves in your prostatic urethra then jerk you off with bleach for lube then when you're about to cum I'll make a small hole in your penis and close the tip forcing your optic nerve / cum to rip your penis apart
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30 years old with .9% of optic nerve remaining

My brother is 30 years old and has had glaucoma for about 5 years now. His most recent appointment revealed he only has about .9% remaining of his optic nerve in his left eye. They prescribed more drops and recommend surgery but only to delay the inevitable. Are there any clinical trials or treatments that hold promise?

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[27f] swelling of the optic nerve

Went to the optimologist and they said I have bilateral optic nerve and need an mri and go to neurologist. I’m on different medications. I go almost crosseyed feeling and see faces in objects and the walls. I think I need steroids for my eyes but they didn’t prescribe it. What would be good home remedies ways to treat this?

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short petite girl who's also Visually Impaired with optic nerve atrophy

Hi everyone im new to reddit!

so im a (F18) and I was thinking about my future for when I do get married. And had some concerns, their not big just minor in my opinion. So im 4'11 petite and skinny and sometimes I feel like im too short but I grew to love me and my height no matter what someone thought. I grew my confidence. Do Arabs like short girls? I live in the U.S. and non-muslims like short girls so idk. and a second concern scared of is being taken advantage of. I have a eye condition called Optic Atrophy you can search it up. I suck at explaining it. but I have 20/200 vision and ear glasses to correct some of it but still I'm considered legally blind, and Visually Impaired. or in other words low vision. I do get state benefits and I plan to go to college since in the U.S. they encourage and help you find a job and want you to the best in life. And im worried that people might over-exaggerate my vision I can see fine with my remaining vision. I just can't read signs, see people from a certain distance, read menus, and small print, TV and etc. I also need help with cooking sometimes to make sure the food item is fully cooked on the stove or oven but im fine with basic food like noodles, and simple things like that.

would a guy find that to be too much to handle. Also I forgot to mention is that I legally can't drive so I would be dependent on my spouse to take me places. but theres also Uber but its quite expensive to use for every place you need to go you know. so from a guys perspective how would you handle it? not exactly sure how to work this

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HELP!! How long can fixed tissue (mouse retina/optic nerve) be kept in 30% sucrose?

Hey all! Preparing some retina/optic nerve tissue for cryosectioning this weekend. They’ve been fixed in 4% PFA, then soaked step-wise in 15% and 30% sucrose. I’m alone in lab this weekend, and offff course the whole building is out of liquid nitrogen AND dry ice. Do you all know of any alternative storage methods for my samples over the weekend till we get more extra cold stuff? Or can I potentially leave them in the 30% sucrose solution?

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[WP] A future most people have a brain chip embedded near their optic nerve which allows direct interface with computers and most other technology. However, a major accident causes the chips to erupt causing blindness for all chip-users. Only those who could not afford/avoided them can still see.
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How many have had optic nerve fenestration?

Has anyone had the optic nerve fenestration? Did it hurt, did it make your vision better?

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Final damselfly drawing complete (24x30cm, pastels and colour pencil on brown pastelmat). Eternal credit and thanks to @macro.paul (IG) for the top shelf reference photo, and for splitting my optic nerve in two. Please give him a follow if you don't already. Hope you like it!
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optic nerve problem

Hello,
My mom and I were recently in an accident, that accident basically damaged her left eye. She had to get a lens replaced, retinal surgery, and glaucoma surgery. The doctor say that the optic nerve is damaged which is why she doesn't have much vision at the moment, I was wondering what can we do or where we can do get treatment for the optic nerve. We are currently looking for a neuro ophthalmologist
Thank you!

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My 6 year old son possibly swollen optic nerve please help

I have a 6 year old son. My wife recently took him to an eye doctor for evaluation on recommendation of his pediatrician. The eye doc did multiple tests and said β€œit’s possible the nerve connecting eyes to brain is swollen.” He said that since he’s a new patient, he has no baseline to determine if that is normal for him or not, however, sometimes it’s normal, sometimes it isn’t. He ordered an MRI of his head at Children’s Hospital, we’re still waiting on the call for that appointment. It’s been about a week now since he’s been seen. Of course, after my wife relayed the message, I used Dr. Google and am now fearing the worst. What are the possibilities? Please help, I’m so worried for my son.

He’s got no other known medical issues. However, he does have occasional morning sickness. That happens maybe once a week, when it happens, he feels better after throwing up once or eating. My 11 year old step-son has the same issue and has all of his life, so we figured the morning sickness was no cause for concern.

Please upvote to be seen. I’m very concerned. Please don’t respond unless you’re a physician.

Thanks

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your brain editing what you see, like in saccadic masking or filling in the optic nerve blind spot, is just fucking terrifying
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Gene therapy research regenerates optic nerve, bringing hope for future glaucoma treatment glaucoma.org.au/news-deta…
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Blood vessels formed a heart shape on the optic nerve of this patient's left eye
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Optic nerve scarring?

A little background:Epileptic male 25yo.I've worn high prescription glasses since age 6.Seizure free since 1/9/20.For the most part, I experienced tonic clonic seizures and some partials. Around two years ago I was having the seizures pretty regularly, this was primarily due to my alcohol consumption and stress levels which both have since now mostly been eradicated. Many tongue bites, a couple concussions, one car wreck. I had enough, weaned myself off my medication, and decided to change my life to a more healthy style. I had one more seizure one week after stopping my meds, and since then I've had a handful of partials due to stress, but no tonic clonics. HUGE for me.

Now the issue:Two years ago, when I had the cluster of tonic clonics, I had developed a distortion in my right eye. There was a loss of vision in what seemed to be my peripherals. It looks like the snowy static on a TV with no signal. I always associated this with my epilepsy and thought it would go away after some time. Well, not the case. Here I am two years later, and I started to develop a pretty consistent light/flash in my left eye, so I'm like okay. Time to talk to the doc again. I go to my optometrist and tell him what's going on. He does several tests, and notices the issue pretty quick. Looking at my eye and the results of my visual field test, I've lost quite a bit of vision surrounding my optic nerve. The visual results shocked me, bc it was worse than I thought. He takes a look at my optic nerve and says there is significant scarring, and I most likely will not regain that vision but I can keep it from spreading. He also says that this typically happens due to infections. Which doesn't necessarily seem right to me. I'm scheduled to go see a retina specialist next week, so I'll hopefully have answers soon. I'm just really curious if anyone else in this sub has experienced this issue.

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Any ophthalmologists have a moment to look at my optic nerves?

Does it look like I have possible glaucoma or optic nerve damage in either eye? I’m most concerned about my left eye as it doesn’t look too great from the pic but I’m not the best at reading these.

Don’t know if it’s worth mentioning, but I’m a huge steroid responder. I’ve been on steroids and glaucoma drops for the steroids since March (only in right eye) but both eyes have had their fair share of pressure spikes from it nevertheless. Highest in right was 46 and highest in left was 24. Have gotten off of my steroids and glaucoma drops for almost 2 weeks now. My last pressure check a couple of days ago was 17 in both eyes.

If there is damage though, I don’t know if it will be because of the steroids or if I had glaucoma all along and just didn’t know it?

23M, Caucasian, 5’10

https://imgur.com/a/IdVQXP9

https://imgur.com/a/8SVS5Ro

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So I had my Dilated Fundus photo exam and my doctor went to fast not explaining these clearly all he just said My optic nerve damage is huge that cause my blindspot huge. I told him Im seeing Sudden Flashes and Sudden cloudy vision but he didnt say anything. reddit.com/gallery/j5glal
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Why does accomodation reflex is intact in optic NERVE lesion?

Why is it?

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Can HSV damage the optic nerve itself?

Went to the ophthalmologist today. He did a Fundus exam I think (camera takes a pic of optic nerve with very bright light). We did the OCT and dilation last month. The vision in My right eye (affected eye)is kinda blurry when reading things up close and sees spots over the words when reading a book under my reading lamp, and seems to have trouble focusing? Clear difference between my right and left eye. The tech checked my accommodation and prescription and said everything was fine today. Pressure is 17 in both. Doc said he didn’t see anything wrong with my eye and thinks the HSV damaged the nerve somehow a bit. Is this common? I thought HSV mainly affected the cornea. My virus has been quiet for months .

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