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Abstract

Presumed Idiopathic Central Serous Chorioretinopathy in 9 years old boy

Omer Othman Abdullah

A 9-year-old male attended our clinic with the blurred vision in his right eye, for one day duration. No past history of systemic or ocular illnesses except for recurrent tonsillitis. On ocular examination; his left eye (OS) visual acuity (VA) was 6/6, and the right eye (OD) VA was 6/9.5 which corrected to 6/9 with +0.75 diopter sphere. Fundus examination revealed normal optic nerve and a serous detachment in the posterior pole, nearly about the disc size. The optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) showed neurosensory retinal detachment with subretinal fluid. The family was not able to perform the fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) due to the financial crisis in the region. Given this background, the diagnosis of idiopathic central chorioretinopathy had given. The clinical course was monitored without any treatments and spontaneous remission achieved within two months and the last OCTA taken after six months.