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46 Year-Old Woman with Unexplained Vision Loss

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Title:  46 Year-Old Woman with Unexplained Vision Loss
Author:  Dan Bettis
Date:  4/18/2012
Keywords/Main Subjects: Cecocentral scotoma; VEP; Tobacco-Alcohol amblyopia; Nutritional optic neuropathy; Impaired color vision
Diagnosis: Tobacco-Alcohol Amblyopia
Brief Description: This is a case presentation of a middle-aged woman with acute onset, painless, decreased central vision in both eyes. This presentation goes through the differential diagnosis of cecocentral scotoma with otherwise normal appearing ocular examination. It also discusses tobacco/alcohol amblyopia.
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_15906
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