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A 55-year-old man comes into your office for an eye exam. The patient states he has had some trouble seeing over the last few weeks. He denies a history of pain. He has a history of HIV. He states that he was diagnosed with HIV about 20 years ago due to his intravenous drug usage. He has not used any drugs in the past 10 years, but states he also does not take his medications. His last CD4+ count (6 months ago) was 42. His vitals are normal and Figure A shows his fundoscopic exam. On eye exam, the patient has both some central and peripheral vision loss. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Retinal vein occlusion
Acute angle closure glaucoma
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