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By Olivia Rainey
Retina Specialists of Michigan
Co-author(s): Olivia Rainey, OCT-C, COA and Scott Westhouse, DO
- Uploaded on Jan 29, 2021.
- Last modified by Caroline Bozell on Jan 29, 2021.
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- retinal vasculitis, peripheral retinal vasculitis, Optos, fluorescein angiogram (FA), fluorescein leakage, ultra-wide field imaging, non-perfusion, left eye
- Lauren Schuler
- Imaging device
- Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiogram of a 71-year-old female with retinal vascultitis affecting her left eye. The patient had a bilateral TAB performed in 5/2019 and 7/2019 which showed heterozygous for prothrombin mutation, but this would correlate with venous thromboembolism rather than arterial embolism. She has a history of elevated ESR and CRP. She experienced a new onset of vitreous debris on 6-1-2020 combined with findings of severe vascular occlusion/vasculitis with diffuse leakage on angiography suggests underlying inflammatory component rather than prothrombotic occlusion secondary to prothrombin mutation. There is persistent significant vasculitis noted on angiography on 1/25/2021.