One of the most important things to closely test for, given what you have posted, is the possible presence of a RAPD (as discussed above)
Also your optic nerve should be evaluated with a 78 or 90 diopter hand-held lens or even a special contact lens
A hertel exophthalmometer should be used to measure and document any differences in the protrusion of your eyeballs.
Also, an MRI of your orbits
should be done if the clinical exam is suggestive of optic nerve compression, vision loss or globe protrusion with more then 2mm difference between your eyes.
So. What is the take home message? Sounds like you need to find a better ophthalmologist
(Eye surgeon) to take care of you......
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