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Macular Pucker, Pseudo-hole, Angiogram

Macular Pucker, Pseudo-hole, Angiogram
The early phases of the angiogram demonstrate the distorted retinal vessels in the macular area. In the late phases considerable leakage into the retina occurs. The edema was clinically overlooked. Note also the fovea in the area of the pseudo-hole. No choroidal flush, no late staining of the choroid, both indicating intactnes of the retinal filter with no sign of a macularl hole.
McCuen, Brooks, M.D., Duke University Eye Center, Durham, NC, USA
H35.3
Retina -> Aquired Macular Diseases -> Epiretinal Membranes -> Case, Macular Pucker (Cellophane Maculopathy, Epiretinal Membrane), OCT, Angiogram
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