Non-central Serous Chorioretinopathy
Central serous chorioretinopathy occupies the macula and has been described in association with different conditions, including pregnancy. In this report, a 23-year-old pregnant woman underwent uneventful caesarean section in the 40th week of pregnancy after failure of vaginal delivery. One day after the delivery, the patient complained of blurred vision in her left eye and was found to have atypical, eccentric serous chorioretinopathy that subsequently resolved gradually. Serous chorioretinopathy may be atypical in location and occur after delivery because of high blood pressure, hormonal changes, or stressogenic delivery.
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