Vision Problems in Multiple Sclerosis

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Recently, Ian Franks talked about how optic neuritis in MS can be difficult to see. 

In this National MS Society video, learn more about the vision problems that may come from multiple sclerosis such as optic neuritis, double vision (diplopia due to misalignment or INO) and oscillopsia (due to nystagmus).

“Tariq Bhatti, MD, a neuro-ophthalmologist at Duke University Eye Center describes each and their management approaches. ”

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