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46-year-old gentleman with bilateral blurry vision and photophobia for 6 months.
Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 2004
Volume 10, Number 4
February 3, 2004
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Rishi Singh, M.D. | Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Simmons Lessell, M.D. | Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
History
The patient is a 46-year-old male with complaints of bilateral blurry vision and photophobia for 6 months. He states that he was in his usual state of eye health 6 months prior when he began to develop progressive blurring of both eyes, which was constant throughout the day. He initially presented an optometrist 1 month after his symptoms began and he was diagnosed and treated for presbyopia. Over this time period he also noticed that colors looked washed out. While at a Red Sox game he remarked, "the dirt and the grass of the field all looked the same."

Past Medical History: Hypertension
Past Ocular History: Presbyopia
Current Medications: Denies
Allergies: Denies
Occupation: House Father
Habits: Smokes 5-6 cigars per day and consumes 6 alcoholic beverages per day.
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