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  • Courtesy of Muhammad Arif Ozir, MD.
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    A 52-year-old man presented with progressive, painless night vision loss for the past 10 years. Upon examination vision is 6/60 OU. Intraocular pressure is 15 mmHg OD and 16 mmgHg OS. Anterior segment examination is normal. Fundus examination shows arteriolar attenuation, bone spicule hyperpigmentation and waxy disc pallor. Upon further history, the siblings also have the same problems. He is diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa. There is no treatment currently and reassurance is given to him regarding his condition.