CSCR and PED

A person was assaulted 7 days back. He was punched on the left eye. Presented three days after trauma with painless loss of vision. IDO showed large area of perimacular elevation, which prompted me to do an OCT of macula Left eye, which was done today. OCT shows large CSCR with PED. Today vision is only 4/60 (pin hole). Right eye is completely okay. Please suggest plan of management and follow up. Presently I gave only NEPAFENAC.

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BLUNT TRUMA USUALLY MANIFESTS AS BERLINS ODEMA OR MACULAR PIGMENTSTION OR SHALLOW RETINAL DETACHMENT IN SOME CASES YHRURBMSY BE CYSTIC DEGENERSTION MACULAR CYST MACULAR NHOLE ONE HAS TO OBSERVE YHE PTNAND LOOK FOR ANY RETINAL DETACJMENT IN THAT CASE ONE HAD TO DEAL OT WITH SURGERY TILL THEN OBSERVATION

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Oral eplerenone at a dose of 25–50 mg/day has been found to be effective and well-tolerated for the treatment of chronic CSCR.  Prior to starting a medication in this class, reviewing medical history and discussing with the primary care doctor is recommended.

Blunt trauma causing retinal pigment ep detachment like contusion and oedema of RPE Many cases there is spontaneous closure of RPE micro puncture 40 mg of prednisolone with rapid tapering to reduce retrobulbar edema