A 30-year-old male presents with a history of several years of redness to his eyes (Fig. 1). He has seen three different eye doctors and his family physician for his problem, and has used multiple prescriptions and over-the-counter products, ranging from a nasal spray to a variety of pills and drops. He has used naphazoline hydrochloride/pheniramine maleate (Naphcon-A) routinely 2 to 4 times daily for the last 3 to 4 years because this medication helps the most in clearing his redness. He is using no systemic medicines and has no known drug allergies.
Ron Melton, OD; Randall Thomas, OD
Company: Mediconcepts, Inc
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