Retinal vs Choroid Detachment - Head CT Comparison ...
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Retinal vs Choroid Detachment - Head CT Comparison and Diagnosis



RETINAL DETACHMENT

 - Reduced visual acuity, flashes, floaters, visual field loss

 - Trauma, Tractional (i.e. diabetic retinopathy), exudative (i.e. Coats disease)

 - Limited anteriorly by ora serrata

 - Converges on optic disc

CHOROID DETACHMENT

 - Dull to severe pain.

 - Serous (i.e inflammation), hemorrhagic.

 - NOT limited by ora serrata 

 - Diverges from optic disc



Corbin Pomeranz M.D. @CorbinPomeranz



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