First Author: M.Núñez SPAIN
Co Author(s): M.P. Mendivil I. Bearan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Back to previous
To analyze the characteristics of three cases of Serpiginous Choroiditis diagnosed in the last three years in our Service.
Serpiginous Choroidits is a rare, chronic, progressive, usually bilateral, recurrent inflamation of the choroid, retinal pigment epitelium and choriocapillaris of unknow etiology. In this poster, we describe the lessions in a serie of three patients of such a rare disease.
We describe the findings and evolution through photographies, fluorescein angiography, autofluorescence and optical coherence tomography in three patients diagnosed of Serpiginous Choroiditis.
We show our experience with the diagnosis, response to treatment and progression of this uncommon and difficult to diagnose disease.
Although Serpiginous Choroiditis is a rare disease, we illustrate the diagnosis and evolution of this disorder through three recent cases in our hospital.