This patient learned firsthand about the dangers of viewing the solar eclipse.
Clues to the etiology of a unilateral maculopathy are found beyond the retina.
Concern for retinal tears in the fellow eye leads to a workup that goes in a different direction.
Long bone fracture leads to a curious retinopathy.
Does this patient have a white dot syndrome?
Navigating a management dilemma in this young surgeon who had LASIK.
Did a complex interplay between TB and high myopia create a unique clinical entity?
The source of a scotoma came down to components of both differential diagnoses.
Vitritis and characteristic cream-colored lesions in both eyes provided valuable clues.
Hiking at 11,000 feet results in startling discovery of underlying retinal pathology.
Could a history of uveitis have a role in acute, unilateral worsening vision over three days?