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Positive Visual Phenomena: Etiologies Beyond the Eye

Often, clinicians assume a patient’s complaint of bright lights or flashes in vision are associated with vitreous detachment, retinal break or retinal detachment. However, it is critical that ODs carefully differentiate the source of these symptoms, as positive visual phenomena may indicate serious—even life-threatening—systemic health concerns. This article discusses how to identify less common—but higher risk—etiologies of positive visual phenomena.

By Sara Weidmayer, OD
Review of Optometry, January 2018

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