Man presents with two episodes of unilateral transient vision loss

A 77-year-old man presented to the Lahey Medical Center emergency department with a chief complaint of right eye vision loss for several hours.
On the morning of his presentation, the patient experienced sudden painless vision loss in the right eye as if “a curtain was dropping down” over his vision. The blurred vision gradually improved over a period of 4 hours and was nearly back to baseline at the time of his ophthalmology evaluation. The patient described a similar episode in his right eye 3 months earlier, which lasted several (Read more...)

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