Andrew V Pasternak

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A 31-year-old African-American man complained of a I-month history of a new-onset headache. His headache was constant, most intense behind his eyes, and 10 of 10 in severity. He noticed the headache upon awakening, and it persisted throughout the day. Mild photophobia and light-headedness were associated with the headache. His medical history was remarkable(More)
Although eye pain is often accompanied by redness or injection, pain can also occur with a quiet eye. Pain in a quiet eye can be the first sign of a vision-threatening condition, a more benign ophthalmologic condition, or a nonophthalmologic condition. Acute narrow-angle glaucoma is an emergent vision-threatening condition that requires immediate treatment(More)
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