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Floaters and Flashes
> Original Article: Acute-Onset Floaters and Flashes: Is This Patient at Risk for Retinal Detachment? > Why Is This Question Important? > Primary Care Evaluation of Patients With Acute-Onset Floaters/Flashes > Step 1: Elicit the Patient's History of Visual Symptoms and Assess for Nonocular Causes >
Not all floaters and/or flashes represent ocular problems, and nonocular causes can usually be...
An aura that occurs without headache. In these cases, most patients have a known history of migraine.
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