We present a case of a 52-year-old man with sudden, bilateral central loss of vision as a result of inhalation of ‘poppers’. He was found to have characteristic changes on optical coherence tomography. With conservative treatment, the patient's vision improved marginally at 3 months follow-up. An overview of previous published cases is also included.
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