A 41-year-old man presented for evaluation of 2 weeks of blurred vision and pain in the left eye. The onset of vision decrease coincided with muscle pain, joint swelling, and headache. All of the symptoms except blurry vision resolved spontaneously after 3 days. Over the preceding 5 months, he had had approximately monthly similar episodes consisting of a few days of flulike symptoms and blurry vision, with full recovery between episodes. At the time of evaluation, the vision was decreased in the left eye, with pain in both eyes and deep throbbing in the back of the left eye.
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