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An infant is referred for nystagmus of both eyes. The initial evaluation suggests bilateral aniridia.
A young boy’s nyctalopia and deteriorating vision over the course of a year prompts a referral to the Pediatrics and Genetics Service.
A middle-aged woman seeks a LASIK consult, but unilateral disc edema leads the examination on a new course.
His ophthalmologist’s concern over a potential cerebrovascular event prompts a patient to seek further help at Wills Eye.
Progressively worsening vision in one eye and recent loss of vision in the other marks a patient whose history includes syphilis.
A developmentally normal 6-month-old male was referred from an outside hospital for further evaluation of presumed bilateral aniridia.
A middle-aged woman with a history of rheumatoid arthritis awakens and discovers visual field loss in one eye.
A new lid bump prompts treatment for presumed dacryocystitis, but the patient then develops diplopia and seeks help at Wills Eye.
Progressively worsening monocular blurred vision leads a 60-year-old woman to seek an evaluation at Wills.
A toddler’s earlier accidental trauma leads to complications, prompting a referral to Wills and eventual surgical intervention.
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