APMPPE is one of the white dot syndromes that occurs in young healthy adults and similarly affects males and females. It is usually bilateral, although may be worse in one eye. APMPPE is generally a self-limited condition that requires no treatment and has a good prognosis.
A 47-year-old female presents with a four day history of fluttering bright spots in the right eye. She denies a viral prodrome or headaches.
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