2005 Series - November 29, 2005
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|A 35-year-old woman presents with decreased vision in the left eye (20/80) and is noted to have the above fundus findings. The right eye has normal vision and an unremarkable fundus exam. A fluoroscein angiogram shows early hyperfluorescence and an ultrasound shows the presence of calcium within the area of question.|
|The most likely diagnosis is: |
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