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By RUSHIK PATEL
NETRALAYA SUPER SPECIALITY EYE HOSPITAL
- Uploaded on Jun 21, 2022.
- Last modified by Joshua Friedman on Jun 22, 2022.
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- tractional retinal detachment, proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR)
- Dr Rushik Patel, Netralaya super-speciality eye hospital
- Imaging device
- Optical coherence tomography system
- The swept-source optical coherence tomography of right eye of 45 year old diabetic female having proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR) with long standing tractional retinal detachment showed pre-retinal fibrovascular membrane causing tractional neurosensory retinal (NSR) detachment involving macula (orange arrow) except 2 focal attachments with underlying retinal pigment epithelium (RPE). There were chronic cystoid changes in the detached NSR. The tractional elevation of NSR surrounding 2 focal attachments with RPE gives an appearance resembling "BAT".