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March's Case of The Month

This is a 19YO patient presented with an asymptomatic retinal break with prominent posterior white without pressure. A retinal break is a full-thickness retinal defect. Breaks are classified as atrophic holes, operculated holes, tractional (horseshoe) tears, and retinal dialysis (break at the ora serrata). In general, asymptomatic retinal breaks are observed since they are at low risk for causing a retinal detachment. Symptomatic retinal tears and retinal dialysis are at highest risk for causing a detachment and are virtually always treated. [This case can be found on www.retinarocks.org in the Retinal break folder, GFI-20201229]

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