Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
Case 7-6 continued
The patient received focal dye yellow laser photocoagulation treatment and was seen in follow-up one month later with an improvement in visual acuity to 20/40, Slit-lamp examination (D) revealed a pigment epithelial detachment in the central macula, but no subretinal fluid temporal to the optic disc could be detected, fluorescein angiography (E) showed decreased hyperfluorescence compared to the previous exam temporal to the disc and temporal to the macula- The hyperfluorescence in the central macula, however, remained essentially unchanged.
A follow-up OCT image (F) demonstrated that all three of the previous neurosensory detachments had resolved in cross-section. The pigment epithelial detachment and region of pigment aggregation were still observed.
Was this article helpful?