1. Can an optic tract lesion, which is mononuclear field loss (i.e. loss of vision in one eye) also.

1. Can an optic tract lesion, which is mononuclear field loss (i.e. loss of vision in one eye) also be called ‘incongruous homonymous hemianopia’? 2. How would you treat optic neuritis? 3. After two episodes of optic neuritis, one affecting each eye and 2 months apart, confirmed to be demyelinating in nature by visual evoked potentials, could a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis be reached in the absence of periventricular lesions on the MRI?

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