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Types of Central Serous Retinopathy, Analysis of Shape, Topographic Distribution and Number of Leakage Sites

N. Vukojević
J. Šikić
D. Katušić
B. Šarić


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str. 83-87

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The analysis of 212 fluorescein angiograms of the same number of eyes showed that
Type I is by far the most prevalent form of central serous retinopathy. Type I appeared in
92.45%, Type II in 6.60% and the Intermediate type in 0.95% of the examined eyes. The
patients were mostly male (81.13%) between 30 and 49 years of age (95.28%). The number
of leakage sites in Type I central serous retinopathy varied from 1 (83.67%) to 5
(1.02%). Solitary leakage appeared in 83.67%, while uniform spreading of fluorescein
into the subretinal blister in Type I central serous retinopathy appeared in 85.71% of
eyes. Most leakage sites (32.50%) were located in the upper nasal quadrant, while the
lower temporal quadrant was least affected (15.83%). The foveal avascular zone was affected
in 4.14% and the papillomacular bundle in 20.83% of the examined eyes.

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