What should you do if an abnormal spot is found during fundoscopy?

See retinal doc. You probably have had a diagnosis of an "abnormal spot" on your retina by your ophthalmologist (you are seeing an ophthalmologist and not an optometrist - right?). Something was seen (not too many bad things at age 34) and now given the large list of possiblities you need to have a diagnosis. If the person who found this is uncomfortable with a diagnosis, then get a referral to a retinal doc.

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