Case 10-2 continued
The left eye (C) revealed a similar, but slightly larger and more transparent lesion nasal to and involving the fovea. The visual acuity in this eye was correspondingly worse at 20/4(1.
OCT < D) again delineated the elevation of the RPE, which extended beneath the foveal pit. Comparatively less backscattering signal was observed beneath the RPE in this eve, consistent with the clinical examination. The j *
lesion differed from a classic serous pigmental epithelial detachment because no shadowing of the choroidal reflections was noted.
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