Acute visual loss

70 Y/O Male came with acute visual loss from 2 days in the left eye. No history of trauma, no systemic disease. CDVA reduced to light perception. Anterior segment structures were normal. At the fundus examination, we observed the following finding. What is your diagnosis? What could be the possible cause? How would you treat it?

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Looks like subhyaloid haemorrhage Macular haemorrhage
Retinal vessels are clearly visible. That means it is sub retinal pathology-bleed
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Subhyloid hg
Retinal vessels are clearly visible. That means it is sub retinal pathology-bleed
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70YEARS MALE PATIENT WITH DUDEN LOSS OF VISION LE SINCE 2 DAYS NO TRAUMA DM HYPERTENSION VA REDUCED TO LIGHT PERCEPTION MY IMPRESSION PN SEEING FUNDUS IS NEURO RETINITIS MAY BE AUROIMMUNE GIVE SYSTEMIC STERIODS IN TAPERING DOSADE.AND FOLLIW UP THE PATIENT NEEDS OCT
Its a subretinal H'age at macula.. Check BP. Get CBC, RBS, FFA, SSOCT ..

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