Fundus picture of a male patient having unilateral visual loss. Please comment!

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Moderate Diabetic retinopathy do FFA, NVEs may be seen ( PDR) hard exudates ring around leaking microaeurism, CSME with hard exhudates making incomplete macular fan. Focal laser may be needed along with intravitreal VEGF + Triamcenolone. If significant NVEs seen even PRP should be considered

NPPDR with circinate retinopathy do FFA &OCT PRP three sitting &macular grid .Complete lipidogram andblood sugar with Hba1c needs magnificent control .

Circinnate pattern hard exudates Dot blot and flame shaped haemorrhage Macular edema All suggestive of pdr

Is the patient diabetic? What is the picture of other fundus? This is most likely CSMO

Seems a case of Diabetic Retinopathy and Temporal Pallor ? Ch S Glaucoma

Clinically significant macular oedema.check the blood glucose levels.

Severe Background diabetic retinopathy with macular edema .

D/D : blood dyscrasias coat's disease NPDR with CSME

MY DD ARE RE CRVO , RE CIRCINATE RETINOPATHY....

Optic atrophy .. with NPDR and macular edema ??

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