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A young and healthy patient’s mishap at a rock concert leads him to seek treatment at Wills.
A patient suspects her blurred vision is related to seasonal allergies and seeks a diagnosis at Wills Eye Institute.
Seeking a second opinion, a patient presents to Wills Eye with bilateral lower lid swelling, ‘bulging’ eyes and diplopia.
Despite successful pterygium excision, a conjunctival elevation prompts referral to Wills’ Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery Services.
Recent onset of sudden, painless and bilateral decreased vision brings a young woman to seek emergency treatment.
Ocular irritation progresses to redness, crusting and skin lesions, and leads the patient to seek treatment at the Wills ER.
Sudden-onset visual disturbances and headache in a woman with a history of MS leads to a visit to the ER.
An apparently healthy young man experiences sudden decreased vision and seeks treatment at the Wills ER.
When medical therapy fails to relieve an elderly patient’s pain and decreased vision, he visits the Wills Oncology Service.
Headache and vision loss bring a woman to her local eye doctor, who notes optic nerve pallor and refers her to the Wills ER.
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