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Differentiating Retinopathy from Optic Neuropathy in Acute Persistent Vision Loss

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Title:  Differentiating Retinopathy from Optic Neuropathy in Acute Persistent Vision Loss
Author:   Zhan Li
Date:  07/30/2014
Keywords/Main Subjects:  Optic neuropathy; Acute persistent vision loss; Maculopathy; Retinopathy; NAION
Secondary CORE Category: Retina and Vitreous / Diagnostic Approach to Retinal Disease
Diagnosis: None
Brief Description: This is a case presentation of a middle-aged male who presented with central scotoma in the right eye and a past history of granular corneal dystrophy. A differential diagnosis of optic nerve and retinal causes of and general clinical approach to acute persistent vision loss are presented.
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_17548
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