Woman presents with slowly progressive unilateral vision loss

A 30-year-old woman presented urgently to the New England Eye Center with several months of progressive vision loss, swelling and intermittent pain in the right eye.
Six years earlier, she had noticed mild blurred vision in the right eye and presented to an outside optometrist for evaluation. Her examination revealed a star-like pattern of retinal folds in the right macula that was attributed to an epiretinal membrane (ERM). She was diagnosed with a macular pucker and followed twice annually without significant progression over the first 3 years, and then there (Read more...)

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