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Byron L. Lam
Autoimmune retinopathy: While uncommon, viable option for unexplained vision loss
Ophthalmologists should suspect autoimmune retinopathy if a patient presents with an unexplained visual loss.
A 38-year-old male complains of poor vision since childhood
A 38-year-old Hispanic male presented to the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute clinic complaining of poor vision since childhood. The patient stated that his vision had been poor since he was a child and wanted to know if glasses could help his vision. He denied any ocular pain, redness, discharge, flashing lights, floaters, or diplopia.

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