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US Ophthalmic Review
A 34-year-old male presented complaining of ongoing symptoms of glare, ghosting, starbursts, haloes, and reduced contrast sensitivity commonly referred to by the acronym "GASH". His unaided visual acuity achieved was a satisfactory 20/20 in each eye. To reduce his symptoms and enable driving at night, he must resort to shining the torch from his cell phone into his eyes to constrict his pupils. These symptoms are due to excess corneal astigmatism remaining, and is prevalent post refractivedoi:10.17925/usor.2019.12.1.37 fatcat:akw7kp5f6bbgvdulrs7oqyq2fq