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VA (cc): 20/100, NI with PH T (a): 13
20/25, NI with PH 14
Wrx: -3.00+0.25x180
-3.00 sph
Pupils: equal, briskly reactive, no APD, OU.
CVF: Full to confrontation. EOM: Full.
External: WNL.

SLE:
L/L/L: WNL, OU.
C/S: White and quiet, OU.
K: Clear, OU.
AC: Deep and quiet, OU.
I: Flat and normal, OU.
L: PC IOL, OU.
AV: No cell, OU.

DFE:
Media: Clear, OU.
Discs: Sharp, healthy rims with C:D 0.3, OU.
Vessels: Normal, OU.
Macula: Well-defined round lesion in the macula with yellow-white deposits at the base and a surrounding cuff of subretinal fluid, OD (see below).
Periphery: Normal, OU.
Watzke-Allen test: Positive (A narrow vertical slit beam is placed on the fovea; positive if the patient detects a break in the light; helpful in distinguishing a full-thickness macular hole from a pseudohole).
 

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