Dr Naumann suggests an interesting explanation for the clinical appearance of this hemorrhage. The mechanism he describes is certainly possible and would explain the lack of development of a cataract in this patient.
Unfortunately, this patient refused to return for a follow-up visit when asked recently. He did state that his vision was "good" and he noticed no problems. Assuming good vision, his clinical course for several months is compatible with the location of the hemorrhage as suggested by Dr Naumann.
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