RESOLUTION OF SEROUS MACULOPATHY ASSOCIATED WITH OPTIC DISK PITS AND INCONTINENTIA PIGMENTI USING ORAL ACETAZOLAMIDE


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Abstract

Background:Optic disk pits are a congenital optic disk anomaly frequently associated with serous macular detachment.Methods:A case of optic disk pits associated with serous maculopathy in a patient with incontinentia pigmenti is presented. The patient was treated with oral acetazolamide.Results:Over the course of 1 year, treatment with oral acetazolamide resulted in the complete resolution of subretinal fluid and improvement in vision.Conclusion:An association between optic disk pits and incontinentia pigmenti is presented. The case demonstrates the utility of oral acetazolamide in the treatment of serous maculopathy associated with optic disk pits.

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