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Sudden Vision Loss

Sudden Vision Loss

Intraretinal hemorrhages, umerous cottonwool spots and branch retinal vein occlusion

An 81-year-old man with mild hypertension noticed a sudden painless loss of vision in his right eye.

 


Dilated funduscopic evaluation showed which of the following?
A. Intraretinal hemorrhages
B. Numerous cottonwool spots
C. Evidence of branch retinal vein occlusion
D. All of the above
 

 

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