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By JEFFERSON R SOUSA, Tecg.º (Biomedical Systems Technology)
Institute Suel Abujamra
- Uploaded on Mar 28, 2021.
- Last modified by JEFFERSON R SOUSA, Tecg.º (Biomedical Systems Technology) on Mar 30, 2021.
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- retinoschisis, Coats' disease
- JEFFERSON R SOUSA - Study Center and Ophthalmological Research Dr. Andre M V Gomes, Institute Dr. Suel Abujamra São Paulo-Brazil
- Imaging device
Optical coherence tomography system
Optical Coherence Tomography system OCT CIRRUS 5000, Line Protocol, HD 21 line. Cirrus 5000 does not do a wide-angle tomographic image. This assembly was done manually with the junction of 11 lanes of 9mm each.
- A 14-year-old male patient was admitted for visual assessment. Visual acuity without s / c in the right eye counts fingers and 20/80 in the left eye. According to family members, he reported low vision since childhood. He had previously been treated with photocoagulation at another service for which he had a diagnostic hypothesis of Coats' disease. Laboratory tests were requested (HIV, TOXO, TOXOCARIASIS, ECA, VDRL, PPD). In the evaluation, there was significant exudation in the posterior pole, some vascular irregularities in the right eye. In the left eye, there is a retinoschisis affecting the entire posterior pole and the nasal region to the optic disc, a macula with the characteristic aspect of a star. Well exemplified by OCT-A (Structure Deep: IPL - 25, OPL - 25).