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Defining clinical features of amiodarone induced optic neuropathy

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Amiodarone is known to cause optic neuropathy that can result in visual loss. It may present similarly to that of non-arteritic anterior optic neuropathy (NAION). Three cases are described in an attempt to distinguish the conditions.

All three patients (aged 59–72) presented with mild visual loss …

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