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Case 4-10. Epiretinal Membrane

Clinical Summary

A 56-year-old man reported a decrease in visual acuity in his right eye over the past three months. On examination, an epiretinal membrane was identified in the central macula without any associated macular edema (A). The visual acuity was 20/30.

Optical Coherence Tomography

OCT (B) delineated a thin, reflective membrane adherent to the retinal surface in the macula. The normal contour of the foveal pit was absent and a non-reflective, cystic space was present in beneath the fovea. The retina was abnormally thickened in the macula, and thinned inferi-orly in the image.

Epiretinal Macular Membranes

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