Case 16
History:  This 38 year old high myopic ( -18.00D) woman presented with a sudden reduction of  her right central vision. The visual acuity was 6/60 in her right eye and 6/9 in her left eye. Fundoscopy revealed myopic degeneration. A fluorescein angiogram was performed to look for any subretinal neovascular membrane (SRNVM) which might be responsible for her sudden drop in vision. The fluorescein angiogram shows areas of RPE loss with hyperfluorescence but no signs of SRNVM.
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