DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20214720

A case of subretinal hemorrhage due to choroidal tear in right eye following blunt trauma in a 35 years old female

Shrushti Doshi, Yamini B. Sangada, Stuti V. Juneja

Abstract


A 35-year-old Asian Indian female presented to our institute with a history of fall on road and accidental hit by stone over her right eyebrow, grossly no anterior segment abnormality was noted. On dilated fundus examination, a superotemporal choroidal tear was noted which led to choroidal hemorrhage. Patient was managed conservatively by giving oral steroids and tablet vitamin C. After 2 months of treatment there was complete resolution of the lesion with a final best corrected visual acuity of 6/6.


Keywords


Blunt trauma, Subretinal hemorrhage, Choroidal tear

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