2006 Series - January 10, 2006
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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: |
||idiopathic retinal telangiectasis|
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