Woman presents with bilateral eye pain and unilateral hyphema

A 64-year-old Hispanic woman presented to the emergency department with bilateral pain that started 2 days before presentation. She reported that her symptoms first started in the right eye and then in the left. She described a dull pain in both eyes, increased light sensitivity and redness. She denied similar episodes in the past. She denied any history of trauma, and to her knowledge, she did not have any anticoagulative disorders.
Her medical history was significant for hypertension and hyperlipidemia but no diabetes, arthritis or thyroid problems. Her surgical history (Read more...)

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