The client had an eye angiography. Eye angiography requires the use MYDRIATICS pre-procedure. It is done by injecting an Intravenous dye and visualizes the flow of the dye through the fluoroscopy along the vessels of the eye. This is to assess macular degeneration or neovascularizations [ proliferation of new vessels to compensate for continuous rupture and aneurysms of the existing vessels ] Mydriatics usually takes 6 hours to a day to wear off. If client uses a mydriatic, his pupil will dilate making it UNABLE to focus on closer objects. Only A necessitates the constriction of the pupil to focus on a near object, which Mr.Batumbakals eye cannot perform at this time.