An 82-year-old man presented with painless sequential vision loss of his right eye (OD). Ten days earlier, he presented to another hospital for left eye (OS) vision loss. His vision was Light perception only OD and No light perception OS. Fundoscopy demonstrated bilateral cilioretinal artery occlusions with chalky white optic disc swelling OS (Fig. A, B). Although he denied symptoms of giant cell arteritis (GCA) and had normal inflammatory markers, his clinical examination was suspicious for GCA, which was confirmed by temporal artery biopsy.