A 56 year old male is admitted with
loss of consciousness. He had no significant past illnesses. He is found to be
dehydrated and hypertensive and investigations confirm a hyperosmolar non
He is managed with intravenous fluids
and low does insulin infusion and makes a gradual recovery.
Following recovery he complains of
blurring of vision.
The most likely cause of his visual
Central retinal artery occlusion
Osmotic changes in the lens
Central retinal venous occlusion