The patient was a 64-year-old woman who complained of new floaters and flashes in the right eye. Her visual acuity was 20/25-2 OD and 20/25-1 OS. Anterior segment examination was remarkable for early cataracts in each eye. Posterior segment examination of the right eye revealed a posterior vitreous separation and mild posterior vitreous hemorrhage. Careful peripheral examination did not reveal any retinal breaks. Both the right and left fundus had drusen. The left fundus also had temporal intraretinal dot hemorrhages without edema. The periphery of the left eye was unremarkable. What is the most likely cause of the dot hemorrhages in the left eye? What treatment, if any, would you recommend?