Acute Zonal Occult Outer Retinopathy (AZOOR) - Multifocal El
Case Study
Male, twenty-six year old patient, residing in Mexico City, goes for a check-up due to a sudden inferior arcuate scotoma in his left eye that showed photopsia in the affected area of the scotoma and which was heightened in places with more lighting and was almost indiscernible in places with dim light.

In the ophthalmologic exam the patient showed 20/20 visual acuity in both eyes without any visible alterations in the anterior segment with both the vitreous and the retina appearing normal. The visual field (30-2) corroborated the inferior arcuate defect reported by the patient that did not affect the fixation point (Figure 1). An angiography with Fluorescein as well as with Indocyanine Green was carried out and the results were normal. An fMRI, functional magnetic resonance imaging was also done and showed normal results.

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