Dec 16, 2007
In september 2003 I went into the Navy and had my eyes tested, the optometrist noted that I had larger than usual optic nerves. I had a CT scan done and the findings were -
"The noncontrast scans through the orbits demonstrates a small calcification on the left retina in the region of the macula which is of uncertain clinical significance. No other abnormality of either globe is seen and there is no evidence of proptosis, swelling or thickening of the extra-ocular muscles, or other orbital abnormality demonstrated."
In short "Tiny focus of left retinal calcification at the macula ? significance. "
Now its Dec 2007 and ive just been to get my eyes checked as I am short sighted and have found my vision to be much more impaired than before and found my optic nerves to be very very swollen. I'm still struggling to get any sence of my situation