Case 4 presentation
contributed by Augenklinik Tausendfensterhaus, Duisburg, Germany
Categories: retina, macular edema
Key problem: pre-treated macular edema of unknown etiology, severe vision loss with need for treatment, findings do not allow definite diagnosis
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Male, 35 years old, Turkish ethnology
History of vision loss, right eye more than left eye, treated with PDT and intravitreal anti-VEGF injections, diagnosed as "atypical central serous retinopathy".
Visual acuity: OD 20/250, OS 20/30
Anterior segment: within normal limits, anterior chamber deep and quiet, vitreous unremarkable
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