Central Serous Chorioretinopathy


File number: 27135


    1. Gustavo Barreto de Melo, MD, PhD, FASRS (May 5 2017)

      This patient has just had the disease and just improved spontaneously. However, she is pregnant. FA has not been performed so far. Infectious diseases, such as TB, toxoplasmosis and syphilis, have been ruled out.

    2. Suber S. Huang, MD, MBA, FASRS (May 5 2017)

      Beautiful image. Excellent montage. Details of FA and OCT would help confirm diagnosis from other inflammatory/exudative disease. Please add to your clinical history.

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    Denyson Silva, Sergipe Eye Hospital
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    Fundus photograph of a 32-year-old pregnant woman with a serous detachment and subretinal fibrin deposit surrounding the fovea.

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