My sister is 33 years old. She has been suffering from vision loss for five years. At the time of treatment, it was diagnosed as TB. Since from then, she has been taking all the medicines for the disease till it cures completely. Now, she has undergone the MRI of the brain. I am attaching the report and please provide us the analysis of the attached report. Also, please let us know whether she can get her vision back. If yes, then please let us know in which that is possible? Either surgical or non-surgical?
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