A 78-year-old woman presented with acute decreased vision in both eyes. She had been treated for a pituitary mass with a total of 4,500 centigray of external beam radiation 8 months prior to presentation. She was diagnosed with radiation optic neuropathy. Treatment with hyperbaric oxygen and intravenous steroids were initiated but vision remained poor.
- Optic neuropathy
- Pituitary tumor radiation treatment
- Radiation optic neuropathy
- Radiation treatment
- Visual loss