Inmate Magill's Surgery Case Summary

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CHIEF COMPLAINT: Retinal detachment repair.

Inmate Magill presents with a history of a retinal detachment repair. A review of his records shows that he had detachment in and around 2007 with AC IOL placement. He has also had some difficulties with chronic inflammation in the left eye and has been on topical steroid in the same left eye. The inmate states the right eye is like looking through a "dirty windshield." He says the left eye has some central distortion which has not changed over time. Inmate states he has been on topical.

Vision with correction is 20/70 both eyes. Applanation 12 and 14. Anterior segment exam in the right eye is clear and quiet. He has 2+ nuclear sclerosis with 2+ posterior

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