An elderly patient presents with worsening vision in one eye over the last 2 days. There is no pain and there has been no trauma. The patient’s visual acuity is significantly reduced in the affected eye and you question if there is an afferent pupillary defect. Your differentials here include retinal detachment, so you decide…

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A 64 year old male is sent into the Emergency Department by an audiologist with a sudden, greater than 50dB hearing loss in the right ear. The patient was previously being tested for a hearing aid in the left ear, however he woke up 2 days previously with marked hearing loss in the right ear.…

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