Reversible monocular cataract simulating amaurosis fugax.


In a patient having brittle, juvenile-onset diabetes, transient monocular visual loss occurred repeatedly whenever there were wide fluctuations in serum glucose. Amaurosis fugax was suspected. The visual loss differed, however, in that it persisted over a period of hours to several days. Direct observation eventually revealed that the relatively sudden… (More)


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@article{Paylor1985ReversibleMC, title={Reversible monocular cataract simulating amaurosis fugax.}, author={Richard Paylor and Jacqueline Selhorst and Robert S. Weinberg}, journal={Annals of ophthalmology}, year={1985}, volume={17 7}, pages={423-5} }