Woman presents with blurred vision 1 year after cataract surgery
2 monthes ago - By Healio
A 65-year-old retired grocery store clerk was referred to the New England Eye Center with more than a year of progressive vision loss in the right eye. Two and a half years before presentation, she underwent uncomplicated cataract surgery on the right eye. Her vision was excellent immediately after the surgery. However, 1 year after the surgery, a “smudge” began obscuring the central vision in the right eye. Over the subsequent year, exams by outside providers revealed only scattered drusen. Yet, the vision continued to decline to the point that she felt that she was “looking
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