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Diabetes and pseudophakia
Common cause of conjunctivitis?
Patient hospitalized for 8 days with complaint of sudden low visual acuity in the left eye.
Patient hospitalized for 8 days with complaint of sudden low visual acuity in the left eye. A 76-year-old male patient underwent cardiac catheterization and coronary angioplasty seven days after presenting severe chest pain. It evolves with progressive loss of renal function and appearance of cyanosis of the 2nd and 3rd right pododactyls, with no local evidence of necrosis. On examination of eye fund, you can see the following image: Signal name and cause? Probable diagnoses? Which factor in the patient's history strongly suggests the diagnosis? Laboratory findings that may corroborate the suspicion?