Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

Gunjan Prakash, Nisha Chauhan, Shephali Jain, Saran Kumar Satsangi
2013 Asia-Pacific Journal of Ophthalmology  
Central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR) is an incompletely understood multifactorial disease of those who are middle aged characterized by the collection of fluid between the retinal pigment epithelium and the neurosensory retina. The exact etiology of CSCR and the reason of its predominance in middle-aged males are still unknown. Many pharmacologic modalities are suggested for CSCR with no proven efficacy. So this article was written to give a review of the relevant and recent literature on
more » ... nt literature on CSCR and to summarize the etiology, clinical features, and diagnostic modalities for CSCR with special emphasis on the treatment options available and those that are still under trial and can be of help in the future to fasten the recovery and reduce the recurrences. FIGURE 1. Fundus photograph of the left eye of a patient having CSCR showing transparent detachment of neurosensory retina.
doi:10.1097/apo.0b013e31829069ee pmid:26108047 fatcat:nbseszijvjgo5ii6lndjcszmfy