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2005 Series -  July 19, 2005 Lecture 24 of 52  NEXT»

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A 22-year-old man presents with progressive decreased vision in both eyes for the past two years.  His visual acuity is 20/400 OU and he denies any prior eye surgery or disease.  His fundus and subsequent fluoroscein angiograms reveals the above clinical picture.

This disease is most likely caused by:   

a. trauma
b. infection
c. vascular abnormality
d.  genetic defect

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