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Figure 7: Bilateral atypical optic neuritis after a mild COVID-19 infection: A 34-year-old female presented with complaints of gradual blurring of vision in right eye with pain on eye movements since 1 week and history of a similar episode 3 weeks back in left eye, which improved spontaneously. She had recovered from a mild COVID-19 infection 2 weeks before the onset of ocular symptoms. On examination, her uncorrected visual acuity was 20/200, N24 in right eye, and 20/25, N6 in left eye. Pupil examination revealed a Grade III RAPD in right eye. (a and b) Fundus photograph and (c and d) red-free imaging showing bilateral disc oedema, more in the right eye. (Contributed by Rachna Vinaya Kumar, Paediatric ophthalmology, Neuro ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus Services, Apollo Eye Institute, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, India)

Figure 7: Bilateral atypical optic neuritis after a mild COVID-19 infection: A 34-year-old female presented with complaints of gradual blurring of vision in right eye with pain on eye movements since 1 week and history of a similar episode 3 weeks back in left eye, which improved spontaneously. She had recovered from a mild COVID-19 infection 2 weeks before the onset of ocular symptoms. On examination, her uncorrected visual acuity was 20/200, N24 in right eye, and 20/25, N6 in left eye. Pupil examination revealed a Grade III RAPD in right eye. (a and b) Fundus photograph and (c and d) red-free imaging showing bilateral disc oedema, more in the right eye. (Contributed by Rachna Vinaya Kumar, Paediatric ophthalmology, Neuro ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus Services, Apollo Eye Institute, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, India)