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2006 Series -  May 30, 2006 Lecture 31 of 52  NEXT»

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A 24-year-old man presents for routine examination and is found to have best corrected visual acuity of 20/25 OU.  On slit lamp examination, you observe intraepithelial cysts especially concentrated in the interpalpebral zone in both eyes.  The patient denies any prior eye disease or trauma and is currently taking no eye medications. 

The most likely cause for these findings is:   

a. elevated intraocular presssure (IOP)
b. corneal dystrophy
c. herpetic infection
d.  uveitis

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