Fevers, mild confusion and this retinal finding… Diagnosis?

Fevers, mild confusion and this retinal finding… Diagnosis?

A 42 year old female presents to Stanford hospital with fevers, chills and mild confusion. You perform a fundoscopic examination and see this (image below). What is the diagnosis?     Answer: Roth spot What is a Roth Spot? A Roth spot, seen most commonly in acute bacterial endocarditis is a red spot (caused by hemorrhage)

Do you know Marcus Gunn?

Robert Marcus Gunn was a Scottish physician from the 1800’s. He studied under other well known physicians such at Douglas Argyll Robertson. Dr. Gunn is known for the Marcus Gunn pupil (AKA relative afferent pupillary defect or RAPD). The Marcus Gunn pupil can be detected by swinging a flashlight between both eyes. Of course, normally,