May 2020 Image of the Month

Image of the Month, a recurring feature in Retinal Physician since 2006, spotlights diagnostic images captured by industry practitioners using innovative technology and diagnostic instruments.

Central Serous Retinopathy Secondary to Eczema Treatment

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Images Courtesy of Netan Choudhry, MD FRCS(C), DABO Co-Founder & Medical Director, Vitreous Retina Macula Specialists of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

BACKGROUND

A 45-year-old male currently taking topical prednisone cream for eczema was referred to our clinic for distorted and blurry vision in his right eye, testing at 20/80 OD.

Swept Source OCT from the Topcon DRI OCT Triton (Images D & E) demonstrated a thickened choroid and subretinal fluid as well as subretinal hyperreflective material overlying the fovea.

Fundus autofluorescence imaging (Image A) showed central hyperautofluorescence consistent with subretinal fluid, confirming the diagnosis of Central Serous Retinopathy.

DIAGNOSIS

Central Serous Retinopathy

IMAGE GLOSSARY:

A. Fundus Autofluorescence Image (TRC-50DX)
B. OCT EnFace Image (Triton)
C. 50O True Color Fundus Photo (TRC- 50DX)
D. Swept Source OCT Horizontal B-Scan (Triton)
E. Swept Source OCT Vertical B-Scan (Triton)

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