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2006 Series -  January 10, 2006 Lecture 51 of 52  NEXT»

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A 30-year-old white male presents with blurred vision (20/40) in his left eye and on exam has macular edema with exudate.  The patient denies diabetes, hypertension, or other medical problem.  He has no prior eye diseases or trauma.  

This retinal vascular finding is most likely due to:   

a. emboli
b. idiopathic retinal telangiectasis
c. ocular ischemia
d.  hyperviscosity

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