FP1084 : Central Serous Chorioretinopathy (CSCR) and Uveitis. Kolipaka

Gowri Pratinya, Dr. Parthopratim Dutta Majumder, Dr. Sudha Ganesh, Dr. Jyotirmay Biswas

Purpose: To determine the clinical profile, treatment outcome of patients with uveitis who developed CSCR

Method : Retrospective analysis of 9 cases of CSCR in patients with uveitis

Result: Mean age of our patients was 42.4 years and 77.8 % of them were male. All patients were on oral steroids and 33% of them were also on topical steroids. Anterior, posterior and panuveitis were each observed in 3 eyes (33.3%). Mean duration of treatment with steroids was 8.9 months. Only one eye required focal laser photocoagulation. The Mean logmar BCVA before and after development of CSCR were 0.89 and 0.92 respectively. Mean logmar VA at final followup was 0.87

Conclusion: Development of CSCR in a patient of uveitis drastically affects the treatment course of uveitis. The prognosis is usually favorable, but persistent visual loss may occur

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