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Macular hole and choroidal rupture

Contributor: Austin R. Fox, MD

Photographer: Doreen Dykhuizen

January 2, 2018

 

Color fundus montage photograph of the right eye shows a macular hole and peripapillary choroidal ruptures extending into the macula. There is subretinal hemorrhage and fluid inferior to the macular hole and in the peripapillary region.

Color fundus montage photograph of the right eye shows a macular hole and peripapillary choroidal ruptures extending into the macula. There is subretinal hemorrhage and fluid inferior to the macular hole and in the peripapillary region.

subretinal hemorrhage and fluid inferior to the macular hole and in the peripapillary region. Optical coherence tomography (Heidelberg) demonstrates a partial-thickness macular hole with subretinal heme.

subretinal hemorrhage and fluid inferior to the macular hole and in the peripapillary region. Optical coherence tomography (Heidelberg) demonstrates a partial-thickness macular hole with subretinal heme.

This patient experienced blunt eye injury after bungee cord recoil.  Color fundus montage photograph of the right eye shows a macular hole and peripapillary choroidal ruptures extending into the macula. There is subretinal hemorrhage and fluid inferior to the macular hole and in the peripapillary region. Optical coherence tomography (Heidelberg) demonstrates a partial-thickness macular hole with subretinal heme.


Choroidal Rupture

Contributor: Andrew Doan, MD, PhD, University of Iowa

Category: Trauma

February 8, 2008

 

choroidal rupture

From recoiled bungee cord.


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