Shallow anterior chamber in a severe case of unilateral acut
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Atypical serous chorioretinopathy can present with symptoms similar to those of other pachychoroid diseases; however, a proper differential diagnosis will prevent unnecessary intensive treatments. To this end, we report on the shallowness of anterior chamber and transitory anterior vitreous cells in a patient with atypical severe serous retinal detachment. A 42-year-old woman presented with unilateral visual loss accompanied by mild, vague eye pain for 4 days. Spectral-domain OCT scans of the left eye showed macular and peripapillary serous detachment. Optical biometry showed the clinically significant shallow anterior chamber. Severe central serous chorioretinopathy can show up in an atypical fashion with macular, extramacular, juxta-papillary serous detachments, a temporary existence of anterior vitreous cells, clinically detectable decreased anterior chamber depth and mild eye pain of short duration.

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