About a case of blindness following scorpion envenomation

The author reports a case of blindness occurred after three scorpion stings in a young woman from the region Ouargla, Algeria. The absence of signs of neurological and cardiovascular envenomation and the functional examinations of eyes is likely to be the consequence of a toxic neuropathy. Two months later, blindness persists and functional prognosis remains reserved. (Source: Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases)
Source: Blindness