A 67 year old female presents to your clinic with the complaint of flashing lights and a “squiggly line” in her right eye over the last 48 hours. She says the symptoms first started when she was gardening, and she originally thought she had a piece of dirt on her glasses. There are no headaches associated with the symptoms, and she is otherwise healthy.
On exam, best corrected visual acuities are 20/20 OU. Pupils and intraocular pressures are normal. On dilated fundus examination, a vitreous opacity is evident overlying the optic nerve head of the right eye.