Side Effects of Medication Quiz
This abnormality is associated with the use of the anti-arrhythmic agent amiodarone. What is it?
There is an opacity in this photograph, but it is not located in the lens. Moreover, amiodarone does not cause cataract. Try again!
Uveitis presents with ciliary flush, conjunctival injection, and an irregularly-shaped pupil, none of which are seen in this photograph. Moreover, amiodarone does not cause uveitis. Try again!
Amiodarone causes whorl opacities in the superficial cornea. This abnormality usually does not disturb vision and will disappear within months of stopping the medication.
The opacity you see in this photograph is not in the vitreous. It is much closer to the ocular surface. Try again!