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2006 Series -  January 17, 2006 Lecture 50 of 52  NEXT»

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Patrick Ma, M.D.
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An 18-year-old boy was involved in a motor vehicle collision with severe head trauma and his CT scan shows a large subarachnoid hemorrhage.  You are consulted to examine the fundus as he was noted to have bilateral peripapillary vitreous hemorrhages.

The most likely diagnosis is:  

a. papilledema
b. hypertensive retinopathy
c. retinal detachments
d.  Terson syndrome

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