Subretinal Hemorrhage

BJ is a 68-year-old man who presented with complaints of a sudden decrease in vision in his right eye. Vision in that eye was 20/200 and in the left eye was 20/20-2. Clinical examination found a large subretinal hemorrhage. A malignant tumor such as choroidal melanoma could not be ruled out. The other eye was found to have some subtle macular pigment changes but no grossly detectable thickening.


Macular Degeneration High Reflectivity Extraocular Muscle Sudden Decrease Irregular Surface 
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