- •Tuberculous meningitis usually presents with fever, headache, focal neurological deficits and altered sensorium.
- •Visual loss usually occurs due to hydrocephalus or optochiasmatic arachnoiditis.
- •We report a case of tuberculous meningitis presenting with bilateral visual loss due to optic neuritis.
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Published online: March 25, 2015
Accepted: March 16, 2015
Received in revised form: March 11, 2015
Received: February 24, 2015
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