Contributor: John Chen, MD
61-year-old male presented with new onset floaters and found to have prominent papilledema and peripapillary hemorrhages from a combination of hypertensive emergency, sleep apnea, carbon monoxide poisoning, and aseptic meningitis (A). Each of these alone would unlikely have caused such a dramatic picture of hemorrhage and disc edema.
The papilledema and hemorrhages resolved on four month follow-up (B).
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