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A Unique Case of Unilateral Acute Idiopathic Maculopathy
This Spotlight Case has been submitted by Oscar Kuruvilla, MD; Shareef Ahmed, MD; Nitin Kumar, MD; and Uday R. Desai, MD.
A 35-year-old male presented to the retina clinic after sudden loss of vision OS. Other than this presenting complaint, he was asymptomatic, including no report of flashes, floaters, or pain. He denied any recent illnesses, and ocular history was significant only for LASIK surgery approximately 11 years prior to presentation.
Significant medical history included sleep apnea and allergic rhinitis, which was not being treated with nasal steroids. Family history included AMD and glaucoma in first-degree relatives.
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