Ophthalmology – MCQ 42 – 25 year old male with sudden painless loss of vision

A 25 year old male gives history of sudden painless loss of vision in one eye for the past 2 weeks. There is no history of trauma. On examination the anterior segment is normal but there is no fundal glow. Which one of the following is the most likely cause?
A. Vitreous haemorrhage
B. Optic atrophy
C. Developmental cataract
D. Acute attack of angle closure glaucoma

Correct answer : A. Vitreous haemorrhage

Among the options given, only vitreous haemorrhage causes sudden painless loss of vision.

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