Vitreous floater, retinal hemorrhage noted in routine exam

Dixon, J. Mathis
May 2008
Primary Care Optometry News;May2008, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p38
Case Study
The article highlights a case report of a patient's routine eye examination with symptoms of a vitreous floater and flame retinal hemorrhage in the right eye. She reported no visual or ocular symptoms and her medical history included systemic hypertension. Her dilated fundus examination revealed a normal healthy optic nerves.


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