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Figure 1: (a, b) Fundus of both eyes (BE) showing mild blurring of disc margins (black arrow) and tortuosity of retinal vessels posteriorly (green arrow). (c-f) Fundus fluorescein angiography of BE essentially normal except a small area of block fluorescence in left (white arrow). (g, h) Mild temporal disc pallor with well-defined margins in BE, 3 months after stopping medication. Centroceal scotoma in BE visual fields (i) in acute stage of TON, which resolved in BE (j) after 3 months. OCT of retinal nerve fiber layers showing thickening in BE (k) in acute stage of TON, which reduced (l) after 3 months

Figure 1: (a, b) Fundus of both eyes (BE) showing mild blurring of disc margins (black arrow) and tortuosity of retinal vessels posteriorly (green arrow). (c-f) Fundus fluorescein angiography of BE essentially normal except a small area of block fluorescence in left (white arrow). (g, h) Mild temporal disc pallor with well-defined margins in BE, 3 months after stopping medication. Centroceal scotoma in BE visual fields (i) in acute stage of TON, which resolved in BE (j) after 3 months. OCT of retinal nerve fiber layers showing thickening in BE (k) in acute stage of TON, which reduced (l) after 3 months