Vancouver POCUS review of ocular POCUS including lens dislocation, globe rupture, posterior vitreous detachment and retinal detachment by Dr Justin Ahn
A 46 year old woman presents with relatively sudden painless visual field loss. She describes preceding flashers and floaters, and then a shadow falling over the medial and central part of her visual field.
A 50 year-old man presents with 'a curtain coming down across his vision', preceded by 'flashes and floaters'. What is the diagnosis and management?