Like its cause, the symptoms are also highly dependant on the type:
Compression caused by a tumour — Slowly progressing painless vision loss
Eye movement disorders — Double vision, blurred vision, unstable (shaky) vision, giddiness, unsteady gait, headaches and weakness
Inadequate blood supply (Ischaemia) to the optic nerve — Rapid vision loss that is usually painless
Inflammation — Rapid vision loss and problems with colour vision; if the optic nerve is involved, there may be pain behind your eyes
Injury/trauma — Symptoms will depend on the type and position of the injury
Raised pressure in the brain — Headache with nausea or vomiting, temporary vision loss, or neurological disturbances in other parts of your body (weakness or loss of balance)
The most common symptoms of Neuro-ophthalmological Disorders are typically vision loss or disturbance, double vision, unequal pupils, and eyelid and facial spasms.