Primary Care Optometry News, November 2017
Bonnie-Kim Hang, OD
A 74-year-old Caucasian man presented with a chief complaint of gradually impaired contrast and progressively increased glare that was worse in the left eye compared to the right eye, as well as bilateral reduced peripheral and central vision that persisted for several months.
The patient’s ocular history was significant for nuclear sclerotic cataracts in the left eye and a posterior chamber intraocular lens in the right eye that was implanted in 2008. The patient’s medical history was positive for hyperlipidemia, depression and diabetes.