A number of conditions may be associated with bilateral blurring of vision.


Conditions that may be associated with bilateral blurred vision:

(1) drug (including those causing paresis of accommodation or papilledema)

(2) papilledema

(3) narcolepsy

(4) abnormally low or high blood pressure (systemic hypotension/hypertension)

(5) vertebrobasilar insufficiency

(6) migraine (transient during attack)

(7) refractive error

(8) retinal blackout during high gravitational (g) forces (pilot, other)



• Severe hypertension may be associated with papilledema.


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