A 53-YEAR-OLD man was referred to our eye center with complaints of
chronic frontal headaches and blurred vision in both eyes lasting 1 year,
the blurred vision in the right eye being worse than in the left. He also
described starlike photopsias with rapid eye or head movement. His medical
history was significant for previously repaired maxillofacial crush injuries
sustained 27 years earlier while working under a motor vehicle that slipped
off its restraints and onto his face.
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