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A 24-year-old white male contact lens wearer presented for a routine eye examination. He had no visual complaints but was concerned about chronic redness in both eyes, which he said had been a recurrent problem during the last year.
His extended ocular history did not offer any obvious etiology. His systemic history was unremarkable and noncontributory. He denied using any medication.
His best-corrected contact lens acuity was 20/20 O.U. at distance and near. The photograph demonstrates the noticeable external findings. There was no evidence of afferent pupillary defect. Anterior …