Wall of Fame

Is your case great enough to be selected for our Wall of Fame? If so, we’ll post your name and case here for the world to see!

10/21 Dr. Kumar Chugani: Coats Disease
11/21 Dr. David Kilpatrick: Frosted Branch Angiitis from Sarcoidosis
12/21 Dr. Otis Hertsenberg: Optic Nerve Coloboma with Pit
1/22 Dr. Barbara Parolini: Choroidal transplant for AMD subfoveal macular neovascularization. 2022 Case of the Year winner!
3/22 Dr. Erdem Dinç: Is a Temporary ILM Flap Sufficient for Macular Hole Closure?
7/22 Dr. Omar Mulki: Choroidal Osteoma
8/22 Dr. Nivesh Gupta: Ischemic Central Retinal Vein Occlusion
11/22 Dr. Barbara Parolini: Choroidal hemangioma widefield OCT.


Central retinal vein occlusion with secondary branch retinal artery occlusion and incidental myelinated nerve fiber layer and CHRPE

12/22: Congratulations to Will Gibson for submitting the Retina Rocks Case of the Month. This 52YO male presented with acute visual symptoms in his right eye. Vision was 20/20. Optos imaging shows a non-ischemic central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) with mild scattered retinal hemorrhages in all quadrants (image 1). There is an acute nasal macular branch retinal artery occlusion (BRAO), likely secondary to the CRVO. A small round patch of congenital hypertrophy of the RPE (CHRPE) is present superotemporally, and two patches of myelinated nerve fiber layer (NFL) are seen nasally. Fluorescein angiography shows a well-perfused central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) with late optic nerve leakage (image 2, top and middle). OCT scanning shows nasal inner retinal hyperreflectivity (image 2, bottom).