Central Serous Retinopathy with a Solid Yellow Subfoveal Deposit
These color fundus photographs were taken from a 33 year old man who developed painless blurred vision of the left eye. There was no subretinal fluid, but a solid deposit under the fovea. The fluorescein angiogram showed bilateral pigment epithelial detachments and an extrafoveal inkblot focus of fluorescein leakage. The foveal lesion does not show up in the fluorescein angiogram. See the associated fluorescein angiogram and OCT (as separate images under this disease).