EyeRounds Photo Quiz #3
Compiled by Tyler Risma, MD
Patient 1, right eye:
Patient 1, left eye:
Patient 2, right eye:
Patient 2, left eye:
Q13: What is the most likely explanation of these fundus photo findings in these two siblings, one of which has had bilateral tractional-rhegmatogenous retinal detachment?
A13: Erosive vitreoretinopathy. Arteriolar attenuation, posterior atrophy, peripheral pigment clumping, and tractional-rhegmatogenous retinal detachments.
Bonus: Evidence of what surgical intervention can be seen in the patient with history of retinal detachments?
Bonus Answer: Scleral buckles can be seen peripherally in both eyes