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October's Case of The Month

Retinal cavernous hemangiomas are usually unilateral, grape-like clusters of aneurysms filled with dark venous blood. A gray membrane often covers its superficial surface. Vision is usually normal and no treatment is required. Rarely vision loss can occur from vitreous hemorrhage. Although most occur sporadically, some may be caused by an autosomal dominant neurocutaneous syndrome, including cutaneous and central nervous system hemangiomas. Neurologic imaging is therefore recommended. [This case can be found on www.retinarocks.org in the Hemangioma retinal cavernous folder, Hemangioma retinal cavernous HNR-20100913]