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I recently had a 55-year-old patient complaining of blurred distance vision, glare, and halos. When discussing the complaint, he reported it had been an issue for many years. I was skeptical of cataracts. Best visual acuity was 20/40 in each eye. Retina was clear. Mild ocular surface disease was present, but it did not account for the reduced visual acuity.  How do you document a cataract when it does not appear significant upon biomicroscopy?

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Tracy Swartz
Consultative Optometrist Laser Eye Center in Huntsville & Decatur, AL specializing in anterior segment. President, Optometric Corneal, Cataract, and Refractive Society (OCCRS)

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