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Case 156 History

  • 42-year-old male with no significant past ocular history sent in by referring ophthalmologist for evaluation of “red dots in fovea” of both eyes
  • Patient has no visual complaints.  Does admit to episodes of “sun gazing” several years ago when he was on more psychotropic medication.
  • Past medical history significant for schizophrenia; current medications include Prolixin, Benztropine, Carbamazepine, and Klonopin

Case submitted by Omar R. Ahmad, M.D., Resident
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Michigan
December, 2008

Last Modified: Friday, 21-Nov-2008 13:48:47 EST