Macular OCT in Right Optic Disc Pit


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    • By Arwa Azmeh, MD, PhD
      Damascus University, Faculty of medicine
      Co-author(s): Labib Alshaweesh, Damascus university, Almouassat university hospital
    • Uploaded on Jul 20, 2019.
    • Last modified by Caroline Bozell on Jul 23, 2019.
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    optical coherence tomography (OCT), optic pit
    Ebtisam Aljbeili, Damascus university, Almouassat university hospital
    Imaging device
    Heidelberg Spectralis 2
    Fundus photograph of 38-year-old healthy man with right optic disc pit, who recently noticed slightly blurred vision in right eye while closing the left eye. BCVA was 20/25 in OD and 20/20 in OS. IOP was 15mmHg OD and 14 mmHg OS. Right fundus exam showed small optic disc pit near the temporal rim of optic disc with abnormal reflex of nasal macula. Left fundus was normal. Late FA of right optic disc showed no leakage or staining of optic disc. Macular OCT showed normal foveal contour with no subretinal fluid or macular edema. There was significant reduction in RNFL thickness in the temporal sector in right eye. Coloboma is clearly seen on vertical OCT scan as well as horizontal scans through right optic pit.

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