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Been seeing bright flashes or blurred vision/ tiny blind spots that go away. i am going to a neurologist wednesday. any ideas?

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
Neurology 52 years experience
Several: If neurological, consider migraine auras, and less likely, transient ischemia in posterior brain circulation, but instead might this be vitreous floaters, retinal or vitreous detachments, and best to see ophthalmologist to get diagnosed?

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Last updated Aug 3, 2013

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