Vision Is Impaired When You Have A Pinched Nerve?
my mother could not see next … the results of nerve fibers rogen … whether or not healed
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The optic nerve or optic nerve is the second order nerve that comes out directly from the brain stem. From the brain stem, this nerve goes directly to the back of the eyeball. This nerve has a role in sending visual information from the retina to the eye.
The optic nerve can be pinched due to increased eye pressure, as in the case of glaucoma. In addition, the optic nerve can also be pinched by cancer cells that develop around it or if there is bleeding. As for optic nerve rupture, cases are very rare, if there is usually a result of severe head injury. However, if you mean vision loss is retinal detachment (loss of a thin layer in the eye that contains visual nerves, which is called the retina) can be caused by nearsightedness / high myopia, eye injury, infection of the inner eye and others- other.
Well, whether the disease you are asking can be cured or not, depending on what type of disease and the severity of the disease. Therefore, you should re-consult with the treating eye specialist. Because to find out what your intended disease needs an examination and an eye specialist who has already done the examination certainly knows.
Thus hopefully useful.