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1. A 62-year-old man presents to the emergency department with acute onset of severe ocular pain accompanied by blurred vision that is associated with halos around lights. On examination, the left eye is red and hard; the cornea is described as having a steamy appearance, and mydriasis is noted. The most appropriate agent for the treatment of this patient's acute signs and symptoms is
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