My mother is 59-years-old. Her height 5'2 and weight 66. She has ERM in eyes, and so, she is not able to see correctly. She has done the OCT test twice this year.
1. Observed ERM in both eyes.
2. ILM RPE central subfield thickness is 387.
3. Cube volume is 12.1.
4. Cube average thickness is 338.
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She has problem in macular region in which there is decreased vision mostly central vision. Epiretinal membrane has thickened on the retina. Most cases improve on medication. Of vision is degrading. It has to be surgically corrected by doing vitrectomy intraretinal membrane peeling, where the inner gelly like substance is removed and the thickened membrane on retina which is causing problem is peeled off. The vision improves gradually.
Aging.Investigations to be done:
Amsler grid, Oct (optical coherence tomography), FA (Fluorescein angiography).Differential diagnosis:
Macular hope, macular oedema, parafoveal telengiectasia.Probable diagnosis:
Macular pucker.Treatment plan:
Vitrectomy and ILM (intraretinal membrane) peeling.
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