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Central Serous Retinopathy     
When fluid accumulates in the  choroid , the vascular structure located between the retina and the sclera, it may cause the retina to be distorted or raised up from its normal position where it is smoothly lining the inside of the eye. The term serous  refers to the fluid, and  retinopathy  is used to describe any abnormality of the retina. In  central serous retinopathy (CSR)  fluid builds up in the area behind the central part of the retina, which then...Read More
 
OCT - OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY    
This revolutionary test allows doctors an opportunity to better understand and view disease progression of the macula, the retina and the optic nerve long before actual vision loss takes place. Routine analysis of the retina utilizes manual and photographic views of the top layers or simply its surface. OCT tomography provides a more detailed look at the retina with a three-dimensional side-view or optical cross-section. This procedure provides a more precise analysis of the i...Read More
 
 
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