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Vision and Pathways S Gautam
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70yo woman presents with sudden onset loss of vision in her right eye half hour ago No improvement since No previous ophthalmic history What are.
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Flashes and Floaters Hong Woon SJUH. Flashes and Floaters Flashes AND Floaters occurring together Virtually pathognomic for Posterior Vitreous Detachment.
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