The Retina Reference

Vitreous Syneresis and Floaters

The OCT images above are from a patient who presented to the office with complaints of black spots in the line of vision when looking u[. The posterior vitreous face is still attached to the fovea in both eyes, but is partially separated nasal to the fovea in the right eye and both nasally and temporally in the left eye (yellow arrows). The posterior edge of a syncretic lacuna is seem in the right eye (green arrows0. Hyperreflctive vitreous opacities in both eyes are indicated by red arrows.