The amazing thing about asteroid hyalosis is that the patient doesn't have decreased vision or see floaters!
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Patient entered with a complaint of her right lower eyelid being painful, swollen, and red. Main differentials based on location of the event included preseptal cellulitis, lacrimal canaliculitis, and hordeolum. Flipping of the lower eyelid revealed an internal hordeolum within a meibomian gland adjacent to the lacrimal canaliculus.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
In the picture below, the photo on the right is from March 2018. The one on the left is from January 2019. Visual acuity is unaffected. There is an unchanged chorioretinal scar near the macula. But where the arrows point, there is more subretinal fluid in the current photo.
Fundus Autofluorescence below demonstrates an increasing amount of hyperautofluorescence over the area of concern.
A cross-line OCT focused on the area of concern demonstrates a focal sub-RPE lesion pushing inward, a serous retinal detachment surrounding it, and a thin line demonstrating the vitreous membrane.
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