Case presentations Case 1. Amaurosis fugax: a warning symptom of impending stroke A 23-year-old female presented to her GP complaining of a one-minute bout of sudden-onset complete blindness of her left eye that morning, which had spontaneously resolved rapidly. Her vision was now back to normal. The patient have been in a vehicle accident four times previously and experienced no injuries apart from a sore neck.. Amaurosis fugax: a caution symptom not to miss Amaurosis fugax is the sudden, severe, temporary loss of vision in a single eye, with sight returning within a few minutes or seconds.Outward indications of main depressive disorder characteristically represent a substantial change from what sort of person functioned prior to the illness. The outward symptoms of unhappiness include: persistently unfortunate or irritable disposition; pronounced changes in rest, appetite, and energy; problems considering, concentrating, and remembering; physical agitation or slowing; insufficient interest in or satisfaction from activities which were once enjoyed; emotions of guilt, worthlessness, hopelessness, and emptiness; recurrent thoughts of loss of life or suicide; and persistent physical symptoms for just two or even more weeks that usually do not respond to treatment, such as for example headaches, digestion disorders, and chronic discomfort.