A 35 year-old homosexual male from Trinidad with no known past medical history presented with a complaint of new-onset blindness. He stated that his vision had become increasingly “dim” to the point that at presentation, he had minimal light perception in either eye. This decrease in vision had occurred over the course of a week. He denied any trauma, eye pain, headache, nausea or vomiting.
Kelly, MD, Cecilia; Raab, MD, Claire; and Lee, MSIV, Aimee
"A 35-year-old Man with New Onset Blindness,"
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